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Memorial Day by Vince Flynn

My father read it and passed it on to me as a fun spy novel.

Published: 2004

Genre: thriller/spy novel

Length: 574 pages

Setting: Washington, D. C. and Afghanistan, early 2000s Continue reading

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The Navigator by Clive Cussler and Paul Kemprecos

I picked this book up from the new books pile at the library looking for an easy vacation read (which will tell you how long ago I read the book). It also crossed off a topic bingo square for the summer reading program that year.

Published: 2007

Genre: thriller

Length: 448 pages Continue reading

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Smiley’s People by John le Carre

I picked this book up at the library’s book sale. I had enjoyed The Spy Who Came In From the Cold so I figured this would be a safe purchase.

Published: 1979

Genre: thriller

Length: 388 pages

Setting: Europe, 1960s Continue reading

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Code to Zero by Ken Follett

This was our latest American History Club book. I was looking for a book about the space race between the U.S. and Russia, and it was harder to find than I thought. Even though this was a bit longer than I typically choose for American History Club, the topic seemed to fit the bill.

Published: 2000

Genre: historical thriller

Length: 356 pages

Setting: 1958, Washington and Cape Canaveral, and 1945, Cambridge Continue reading

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Dark Horse by Tami Hoag

This is a review from a previous year. I picked up the book because I was looking for a suspense book for the library’s summer reading program. Miss Adventure picked this author off the shelf. The liner notes mentioned what a masterful suspense writer Hoag was and I recognized her name, so I figured why not.

Published: 2002

Genre: thriller

Length: 557 pages

Setting: Florida, present day Continue reading

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Airburst by Steven L. Thompson

It’s another old book review tonight. This one comes from a book I picked up at the library’s used book sale.

Published: 1988

Genre: thriller/action fiction

Length: 230 pages

Setting: various locations around the world, 1980s Continue reading

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The Golden Buddha by Clive Cussler and Craig Dirgo

Picked this book up as an audio book for a couple of car trips a few years ago. Cussler is always a fun and safe bet. It’s the first book in the Oregon Files series.

Published: 2003

Genre: thriller

Length: 527 pages

Setting: Cuba and Tibet, present day Continue reading

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