Face-Paced Thrillers

threatReaders looking for plot-driven, fast-paced page turners might try these new stories. “Memory Man” by Dave Baldacci introduces Amos Decker, who, as the result of a football injury, forgets nothing, “counts in colors and sees time.” His rare abilities are brought into play to help solve a school shooting.  “The Patriot Threat” by Steve Berry involves another hunt for a mysterious artifact, this time a document that challenges the constitutional basis for the income tax (this one ought to get the juices flowing).  Meanwhile, in “Your Next Breath”, Iris Johansen’s character Catherine Ling pursues an evil nemesis.  If you enjoy a touch of romance to go your your thrills, try “Garden of Lies” by Amanda Quick. When a stenographer of the Kern Secretarial Agency dies on the job, boss Ursula Kern goes incognito to do some snooping.  Complications ensue when another of her clients, the dashing Slater Roxton, decides that she needs help and that he is the man to provide it. “Fans will not be disappointed in her latest combination of detective story and romance (Kirkus Reviews).”

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