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Lee Child! Lee Child (2006)
Killing Floor (Jack Reacher Series, No. 1) Jove Reprint Edition
Child's ex-military policeman, Jack Reacher, finds himself arrested for murder in the tiny town of Margrave, Georgia. But soon he is out and hunting down a gang of vicious criminals who have spun a network of conspiracy to cover up their scheme of counterfeiting. Child's brisk dialogs, economic prose, three-dimensional characters and fast pace make a terrific read. More...
Robert Ludlum! Robert Ludlum (1984)
The Chancellor Manuscript Bantam
This is one of Ludlum's earlier works. As the New York Times Book Review said, it "exerts a riveting appeal, as it seems to justify our worst nightmares of what really goes on in the so-called intelligence community in Washington." More...
       
J. Robert Kennedy! J. Robert Kennedy (2011)
The Protocol (A James Acton Thriller, Book #1) CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
In this conspiracy thriller archeologist Professor James Act(i)on gets away from a Seal Team that is chasing him. A bit thin on logic - but plenty of furious, fast-paced action, scores of victims and buckets of gore mixed with some humor and a little romance. A good read. More...
David Baldacci! David Baldacci (2012)
The Forgotten. Grand Central Publishing; 1st Edition
John Puller, a military cop, is the lone hero who fights against corruption while looking into his aunt's disappearance. Mass-produced entertainment for those who believe heroes have to be 6 feet tall, athletic and surrounded by good-looking blonds. If you also don't mind a rediculously absurd plot you might be thrilled. More...
       

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