The Evil that Men Do is a political thriller by author Robert Gleason that is packed with action. Set in modern day, many current political leaders are represented under thinly-veiled pseudonyms. This makes for a realistic read that is not too far off from actual events taking place in the real world.
If you are looking for a plausible story, then Putin’s Gambit could arguably fit that bill. However, other than touching base with current events in the real world, this one ends up being a fairly standard military thriller that doesn’t stand up to masterpieces like Tom Clancy’s tales.
Snakes seem to be everywhere this week as Michael takes on the new audiobook version of A Scourge of Vipers: A Liam Mulligan Novel. If you want a true look at how a gritty city works, you’ll find it here.
Michael continues his review of the Liam Mulligan Series by Bruce DeSilva, and finds a much darker world than before. There is also a character in there named Gordon Freeman, though its not who you are thinking.
This week Michael Blaker takes a look, and a listen, to book two of the Liam Mulligan series, Cliff Walk by Bruce DeSilva. Does Cliff Walk trump Rogue Island? Turn the page and find out!
This week Michael falls into a brand new audio book series as he listens to Rogue Island, Book 01 of the Liam Mulligan Series. Author Bruce DeSilva really turns up the heat.