We’ve been covering the Alex and Cassidy spy thriller book series for quite some time, so it was odd when book four was kind of a conclusionary tale. We find out why in book five, which takes place five years later, though with no less intrigue.
In the Alex and Cassidy spy thriller we have been covering by author Nancy Ann Healy, this is the book that finally provides the big answers. And it doesn’t disappoint. Conspiracy is a delight for fans of the previous books, or simply fans of spy thrillers.
Commitment is book three in the Alex and Cassidy series, and like those before it delivers a plot that is laden with heavy intrigue. Some might say that Commitment is more of the same, but if you like spycraft in your books, this series has it in spades.
The Intersection book we reviewed before was a great spy thriller with heavy romance overtones. Betrayal follows that success and finds heroines Alex and Cassidy deep in more dangerous spycraft.
It’s refreshing to find a book that blends the crime thriller genre with romance, especially for readers who are into one or the other, or both. Although there are a few missteps here and there, for the most part Intersection is a powerfully good read.
Team Yankee is a speculative military fiction novel that presupposes that NATO and the Warsaw pack triggered World War III back in 1985. Written by Harold Coyle, its actually a retelling of an excellent story by Sir John Hackett, which is also the basis for a thriving minitures combat game.
Although a little cliched with a plot about a young teenager becoming a superhero in a time of crisis, Scales, Spirits of Chaos Book One is nonetheless a pretty good read for those who enjoy the superhero and young adult genres.
Outland, Quantum Earth Book One is a good end of the world type disaster tale that has some deep physics like experimental quantum uncertainty principals at it’s core. Basically, science nearly destroys the world, and these people try and survive it.
We have been following The Demon Accords book series for quite a while, and Demon Divine, number 14 in the series, is quite possibly the best tale yet from author John Conroe.
A much darker sci-fi series than many readers are probably used to experiencing, War’s Reward is the sixth and final book in the Free Fleet tale. Although some of the series was borderline insufferable at times, the story wraps up nicely with all plotlines satisfactorily completed.