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Will America ever be safe again?

Former Navy SEAL Scot Harvath is part of a spy agency whose job is to “target America’s enemies – both foreign and domestic – under a charter of three simple words: Find, Fix and Finish.”


We should be able to judge a book by its title, right?

Mama always said you can’t judge a book by its cover. While my mama is always right about these things, it seems we should be able to judge a book by its title. The title should at least have some kind of tie to the book’s main plot.


The Paris Vendetta: Cotton Malone v. The very rich

Cotton Malone has a problem.


The Charlemagne Pursuit: Chasing an ancient civilization

For most of his life, Former U.S. Justice Department operative Cotton Malone believed his father, Navy Captain Forrest Malone, died in a 1971 accident aboard the submarine USS Blazek. The government maintains the sub was lost in the mid-Atlantic, but Malone discovers it was actually near Antarctica on a secret mission.


Emma and the Vampires lacks bite

After Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was released in the spring 2009, a barrage of Jane Austen novels infused with supernatural creatures has followed. Ben H. Winters joined the bandwagon in July of 2009 with his version of an Austen classic, entitled Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters.

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