book review

New Authors for Men’s Fiction: # 1 Ben Coes

New Authors for Men’s Fiction: # 1 Ben Coes

In the last few days, we’ve begun a series of articles highlighting the best new authors in men’s fiction. Since it takes a few years for an author to build a body of work, we’re including any author who’s debut novel released in the last 5 years. Men’s Fiction is defined simply as action, adventure, […]

Best New Authors in Men’s Fiction: # 3 Patrick Lee

Best New Authors in Men’s Fiction: # 3 Patrick Lee

In the last few days, we’ve begun a series of articles highlighting the best new author’s in men’s fiction. Since it takes a few years for an author to build a body of work, we’re including any author who’s debut novel released in the last 5 years. Men’s Fiction is defined simply as action, adventure, […]

New Authors in Men’s Fiction: # 5 Patrick Rothfuss

New Authors in Men’s Fiction: # 5 Patrick Rothfuss

Over the next five days we’ll be counting down the top new author’s in Men’s Fiction. Since it takes a few years for an author to build a body of work of at least two novels, we’re including any author who’s debut novel released in the last 5 years. Men’s Fiction is defined simply as […]

Reveiw of D. C. Dead by Stuart Woods

Reveiw of D. C. Dead by Stuart Woods

Stuart Woods is one of my little indulgences in life; literary genius, not so much, classic plot lines, sorry Mr Woods, pretty tame. Whatever the reason I simply love reading his work. The pace at which the story moves is unmatched in the mystery/thriller genre. This novel like many of his previous works left me […]

Review of Spycatcher by Matthew Dunn

Review of Spycatcher by Matthew Dunn

Matthew Dunn is a former MI6 Agent who recruited and ran agents for British intelligence. As an agent he successfully executed approximately 70 missions. It is well known that MI6 does not award medals, however Dunn “was the recipient of a very rare personal accommodation from the secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs […]

Book Review “Kill Alex Cross” by James Patterson

Book Review “Kill Alex Cross” by James Patterson

This time of year is a reader’s…well Christmas. With most authors releasing their latest work in time for the holidays, October and November are often overwhelming with so many new books and never enough time to read everything you’d like. For example, each year James Patterson releases the latest installment featuring Alex Cross (Morgan Freeman’s […]

Review of The Litigators by John Grisham

Review of The Litigators by John Grisham

Things could be better at the “boutique” law firm of Oscar Finley and Walter Figg. The two partners have been grinding it out in the streets for decades, making ends meet hustling accident victims and quickie divorces. Neither are distinguished – both took 3 tries to pass the bar – nor feel particularly restrained by […]

Review of Coup D’etat by Ben Coes

Review of Coup D’etat by Ben Coes

In Ben Coes debut novel Power Down we were introduced to ex-Delta turn oil rig roughneck Dewey Andreas who promptly saved the world from a multi-front terrorist attack masterminded by billionaire Alexander Fortuna. After beginning a romantic tryst with the President’s National Security Advisor, Dewey has retreated both physically and psychologically to Australia working as […]

Review of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

Review of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

On October 5th, 2011, Steve Jobs died of cancer. Now, 3 weeks later, we have the release of the first full-scale biography about his life by superb biographer Walter Isaacson. Isaacson, author the excellent books Benjamin Franklin and Einstein, had been reluctant to write this book at all – he knew Jobs well enough to […]