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Richard North Patterson! Richard North Patterson (2007)
Exile. St. Martin's Paperbacks
Rare combination of a thrilling story with an intelligent political analysis of the ongoing tragedy between Israelis and Palestinians. A courtroom drama, a love story, and a political thriller on a most complex and controversial subject. There is not one page that is boring! More...
Brad Thor! Brad Thor (2011)
Full Black: A Thriller. Atria Books
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...
David Baldacci! David Baldacci (2009)
First Family Grand Central Publishing
Former Secret Service agents Michelle Maxwell and Sean King are hired by First Lady Jane Cox to find her 12-year-old niece who has been kidnapped following a birthday party at Camp David. Depictions of national security procedures. More...
Jonathan Gash! Jonathan Gash (2006)
The Year of the Woman. Allison & Busby LTD
Young woman in Hong Kong is threatened by Triad leader, but manages to get away unharmed. Hillariously funny but also touching. More...




Leonardo Padura Fuentes!

Leonardo Padura Fuentes (2005)
Havana Red. Bitter Lemon Press
A young transvestite in a beautiful red dress is found strangled in a Havana park. Inspector Mario Conde, a Havana policeman, is investigating in Cuba's marginalized and persecuted homosexual community. Fascinating portrait of a crumbling post-revolution society - painted with a sharp eye for the repressions of a totalitarian regime. Rather explicit sexual details. More...

Josef Skvorecky!

Josef Skvorecky (2002)
The Miracle Game. Key Porter Books
Two miracles, a religious and a political, deeply affect the life of Danny Smirick in Skvorecky's deliciously black comedy. More...


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