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Book Review: Brad Thor's Blacklist

Blacklist – i guess the credit surely must go to Brad or others who branded this name for similar purposes of addressing general population’s paranoia about being on a hit-list… 222 more words

Books

Book Review: The Apostle by Brad Thor

All politicians have many secrets and in this Brad Thor thriller, his ‘special’ friend’s daughter is kidnapped and in afghanistan. Need I say more? From covert counterterrorism operations by the one and only Scot Harvath (in current parlance, i really wonder who may be the best suited to play such a role in the movies, of course, given today’s modern day 40+ year old stud, but i really wonder who).. 116 more words

Brad Thor pans Obama's 'nothingburger' Ebola press conference/drinking game

President Obama held a press conference Tuesday afternoon on the administration’s response to the Ebola crisis. It was a brief affair that ended with a promise that the president would know more Wednesday, when he planned to meet with doctors and public health workers in order to get their input (and maybe a photo or two). 503 more words

Entertainment

Jack Reacher and the Case of the Plug-and-Play Plot

In the fall of 2014, five deep-cover, serial-thriller agents met at a black site located somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. Their mission was top secret. The only record of the meeting was assembled by the apparent target of their operation: author Stuart Woods.  1,046 more words

Humor

September Bookshelf

I was on a Pern kick last month:
Dragonflight, Dragonquest, Dragonsong, Dragonsinger, Dragondrums, The White Dragon, and The Masterharper of Pern – Anne McCaffrey
Dreams of Steel… 11 more words

Books

Random Review: Hidden Order by Brad Thor

This review contains mild spoilers that will not affect enjoyment of the story.

Book Name: Hidden Order
Author: Brad Thor
Series: 12th in an ongoing series… 726 more words

Books

Thor's Thriller is at the Top of the List

Brad Thor’s newest novel, Act of War (New York:  Atria, 2014) was one of the best-selling novels in the summer and early fall, topping the fiction lists for awhile. 357 more words

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