My favorite part of Never by Ken Follettwas almost a step-by-step telling of how on-the-ground intelligence impacts national policy
Number One Fan by Meg Elison has many aspects, a fascinating look at worlds that co-exist with me, but which I’ll never be a part of (hopefully).
A diabolically twisty, psychologically unsettling novel about a woman with no recollection of her past, named one of Suspense Magazine’s Best Books of the Year
Alias Emma by Ava Glass was a fast read, and very enjoyable. It is more of a thriller than an espionage novel, nevertheless, I found myself engaged.
Leigh Collier gets a call from one of the firm’s partners who wants Leigh to come on board to defend a wealthy man accused of multiple counts of rape
The stars of this book are the characters, which I feel I can say for the whole series. They are interesting, as well as intelligent
The Darkness Knows by Arnaldur Indriðason takes place in a small town where, it seemed, you are one or two connections from anyone else living there
This book has a lot going for it, police drama, corporate intrigue, murder, action, a new kind of tortured super-hero, and the effects on a small community.
A struggling writer finds himself teaching a third-rate MFA program in Vermont, finds himself harrassed for stealing a dead student’s storyline.
Dr. Ryland Grace woke up on a space-ship with no idea why he’s there. His crew-mates are dead and the spaceship is millions of miles from home.