Political Thriller

Review: The Anza Deception

By P.R. Ganapathy. Grade: B+ I was very excited to get started with this book. It offers a lot of firsts, the main one being that thrillers with military themes NOT dealing with American geo-politics is something relatively new by Indian writers. (Off the top...
  • Author: Shriya
  • December 13, 2012

Review: The Governor’s Wife

By Mark Gimenez. Grade: B Mark Gimenez is a lawyer who left a major law firm in Dallas to start his own practice and to write. According to a lot of readers, he is one of the best published authors in the market. His writing...
  • Author: Shriya
  • August 2, 2012

Review: Coup d’Etat

By Ben Coes. #2 of the Dewey Andreas series. Grade: B+ The author, Ben Coes, was a speechwriter for George H.W. Bush, which clearly shows in his writing. When a fragile peace breaks down between Pakistan and India, the United States is forced to intervene....
  • Author: Jayesh
  • June 13, 2012

Review: The Newsroom Mafia

By Oswald Pereira. Grade: A “The Newsroom Mafia” is the debut novel of Oswald Pereira, a journalist with over thirty years of experience. Published by the Grey Oak – Westland combine, it was one of the most recently awaited novels off late. A racy crime...
  • Author: Aseem
  • April 9, 2012

Review: Bloodline

By Sidney Sheldon. Grade: B Born Sidney Schechtel in Chicago, Sidney Sheldon, from making his first sale of a poem for $5 at the age of 10, has made his way up to the sixth position of the list of bestseller authors of all time....
  • Author: Jayesh
  • October 23, 2011

Review: The Afghan

By Frederick Forsyth. Grade: B+ Starting off as one the youngest pilots of the Royal Air Force, Frederick Forsyth became a journalist and worked for Reuters and BBC before becoming a novelist. In the 70s, he decided to write novels using his journalism skills and...
  • Author: Jayesh
  • October 17, 2011

Review: The Janson Directive

By Robert Ludlum. Grade: A The author of 37 novels, Robert Ludlum has been one of the busiest authors in literary circles. The Janson Directive is one of those 5 novels which were credited to Robert Ludlum and published posthumously. The spy game cost Paul...
  • Author: Jayesh
  • October 15, 2011

Review: The Second Lady

By Irving Wallace. Grade: B+ With the humble beginning of selling magazines as a teenager to becoming a Hollywood screenwriter to becoming one of the all-time greats in literary circles, Irving Wallace has undertaken a topsy-turvy ride of life. He is considered one of the...
  • Author: Jayesh
  • September 19, 2011


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