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by Angelia Jolie

Posted by jonf on 12/21/10

Coming out today on DVD is "Salt" with Angelina Jolie as a spy accused of being a Russian defector, the reviews were not great, but it's fun , fast and thrilling,
by David Stone

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Posted by jonf on 12/18/10

This is the newest book by an overlooked author, his Micah Dalton character is one of the best in the Spy Genre. If you like spy thrillers give him a try.
by Alex Berenson

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Posted by jonf on 12/13/10

Coming soon! John Wells super C.I.A operative is back. One of my favorite spy series by  the author of the award winning book "Faithful Spy" Look for it in February and put it on hold now.
by Stephen Coonts

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Posted by jonf on 12/09/10

New book with Charlie Dean and his Special Ops, group as they tackle Islamic Terrorists and the Chinese in the Canary Islands, exotic fun!
by Stieg Larsson

Posted by jonf on 12/06/10

For fans of this series I urge you to see "Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" and "Girl Who Played with Fire" in the original Swedish Movies before our American versions arrive!

by Steve Berry

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Posted by jonf on 11/17/10

Get ready for the newest Cotton Malone thriller, he hooks up with Cassiopeia and the Terra Cotta warriors.
by William Kent Krueger

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Posted by jonf on 10/12/10

The latest entry in the popular Cork O' Connor series has Cork investigating the discovery of fives bodies found in the abandoned Vermillion drift mine. The closed mine is being considered to be used as a site for nuclear waste site causing an uproar with the local "Ojibwe" as well as the local miners. The real mystery begins with the discovery of the five bodies, four are native americans who vanished in the 70's and one is the daughter of a wealthy mine owner who vanished one week ago. Cork also is amazed to learn they were all killed with the same handgun, which turns out to be his late Father's gun which Cork owns but has disappeared. It sounds a tad confusing but it ties up neatly in another well written mystery by Mr. Krueger.
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