Dan Brown (2006)
The Da Vinci Code.
International murder mystery with a collection of fascinating esoteria from 2,000 years of Western civilization. Brown suggests a catholic conspiracy, linking Mona Lisa's smile to the secret of the Holy Grail. While historians have complaints about the accuracy of Brown's facts, no one has any doubts that this is one of the most thrilling and briskly paced page-turners in years. More...
Graham Brown (2010)
Black Rain: A Thriller.
Science-fiction thriller with barely enough tension to get over the stereotypes. More...
Brad Thor (2011)
Full Black: A Thriller.
Praised as a political thriller the book is actually one of those notorious conspiracy theories, which you can only read if you switch off your brain. Superhero, Scot Harvath, saves America from a billionaire, who hates capitalism (!?). What a great geo-political plot! More...
Carol Goodman (2008)
The Night Villa: A Novel.
University of Texas classics professor Sophie Chase barely survives a gunman's shooting spree with ties to a sinister cult. To escape from the nightmares she joins an expedition to Capri where a team of archeologists attempts the reconstruction of a Roman villa destroyed when Mount Vesuvius buried nearby Herculaneum in A.D. 79. A story of conspiracies and sex. More...