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An Onshore Storm

By Dewey Lambdin - Published 2018

Genres:

AdventureMilitaryNautical

This is the 24th installment in the Alan Lewrie naval adventures, this one set in 1796. Napoleon has invaded Italy, and England is out ...Read Review

The King’s Assassin: The Secret Plot to Murder King James I

By Benjamin Woolley - Published 2018

Genres:

Nonfiction

In 1603, when James VI of Scotland was crowned James I of England, it was customary for kings to have a “favorite” – a trusted ...Read Review

Greeks Bearing Gifts

By Philip Kerr - Published 2018

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Bernie Gunther returns for #13 in Philip Kerr’s crime fiction series. The former Berlin police detective has survived the Nazi years, but at ...Read Review

Twenty-One Days

By Anne Perry - Published 2017Published 2018

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Twenty-One Days is the first of Anne Perry’s new crime series. Fans of her Thomas and Charlotte Pitt stories will recognize the ...Read Review

Inquisition

By David Gibbins - Published 2018

Genres:

Adventure

Inquisition is not your usual Grail quest. David Gibbins has created a 21st-century version with Jack Howard, hero of nine previous adventure stories, ...Read Review

The Honest Spy

By Andreas Kollender - By Steve Anderson (trans.) - Published 2017

Genres:

Biographical FictionThriller

Fritz Kolbe, the honest spy, is not a fictional character. He was a high-level official in the German Foreign Office during WWII. As ...Read Review

Death on Delos

By Gary Corby - Published 2017

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

If a murder investigation could be fun, it would look like Death on Delos. The priestess, Diotima, and her husband, Niko, lead the ...Read Review

Murder in July

By Barbara Hambly - Published 2017

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Barbara Hambly’s fourteenth Benjamin January mystery might be her best yet. Set in 1830s New Orleans and Paris, the story is rich ...Read Review

Lenin’s Roller Coaster

By David Downing - Published 2017

Genres:

Thriller

The title of this third Jack McColl spy thriller is an apt metaphor for what is to come: a dizzying ride through the ...Read Review

Ghetto: The Invention of a Place, The History of an Idea

By Mitchell Duneier - Published 2017

Genres:

Nonfiction

Ghetto is an analysis of the work of four prominent black intellectuals: Horace Cayton, Kenneth Clark, William Julius Wilson, and Geoffrey Canada. All ...Read Review

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