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Review: The Nowhere Man by Gregg Hurwitz

The Nowhere Man is the 2nd fantastic book in the Evan Smoak series of page-turning adventures by The New York Times best-selling thriller writer Gregg Hurwitz. When I reviewd Orphan X last year I fell instantly in love with Gregg‘s work and I found myself backtracking through many of his previously released ”on the

Review: The Lies of Spies by Tim Tigner, read by Dick Hill

The Lies of Spies is the latest book from talented espionage thriller writer Tim Tigner and the 2nd in his great Kyle Achilles series. The audiobook version was released in December and I am thrilled to tell you what I think about Mr. Tigner‘s newest page turner… Following on the dramatic heels of

Review: An Obvious Fact by Craig Johnson, read by George Guidall

An Obvious Fact is the 12th novel in the much loved and highly appreciated Walt Longmire series of mysteries by New York Times best-selling author Craig Johnson. I listened to all of them on  after I discovered the TV Series on Netflix and I can say that I love Walt, Henry Standing Bear and Vic like they were my

Review: Coercion by Tim Tigner, read by Dick Hill

Get it for Free with 30 Days Trial Coercion is a new unputdownable thriller by very talented author Tim Tigner. The book was just released in audio format, after a revised print edition was released last summer and Mr. Tigner continues his collaboration with award-winning narrator Dick Hill. Since I am a big audiobook fan and Dick is

Review: Man of War by M.R. Forbes, read by Jeff Hays

Intro Man of War is the 1st book in the Rebellion series by science fiction writer M.R. Forbes and brought to life in audio format by the tallented voice over artist Jeff Hays. This is my first contact with both author and narrator and I can say that I’m impressed.

Review: The Black Widow by Daniel Silva, read by George Guidall

It’s July and that means the time has come for another Gabriel Allon adventure from the #1 New York Times Best-selling and award-winning thriller author Daniel Silva. Before I tell you about the book and about the perfect performance delivered by ‘‘Narrator of the Year” George Guidall, I have to confess that I’ve experienced

Review: Into the Storm by Larry Correia, read by Ray Porter

Larry Correia is a New York Times bestselling and award winning author. He writes Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Horror and Thrillers. I reviewed one of his books a few months back, Son of the Black Sword and loving it so much I decided to try more of his works. He is famous for the Monster Hunter series, which I