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The Other Woman by Daniel Silva

Official Thrillerfix Review by Andrew Watts11 October 2018 Buy this book Daniel Silva might be the best espionage writer today. His prose is beautiful, his characters rich, and his plots are incredibly

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Agent in Place by Mark Greaney

Official Thrillerfix Review by Jason Kasper1 October 2018 Buy this book If you’re looking for a comfortably predictable thriller that you can cruise through with a minimal level of attention, keep

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The Wanted by Robert Crais

Official Thrillerfix Review Ty Patterson20 September 2018 Buy this book If you are a fan of Joe Pike, as I am, you’ll turn the pages quicker to get to his entrance in The Wanted. The lethal man

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The Cartel by Don Winslow

Official Thrillerfix Review by Andrew Watts10 September 2018 Buy this book Sprawling. Epic. Gritty. These are the words that best describe Don Winslow’s novel about the Mexican drug war, The Cartel.The

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Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews

Official Thrillerfix Review by Tim Tigner22 August 2018 Buy this book It doesn’t take long to figure out why Jason Matthew’s debut novel is hitting the big screen, big time, and doing so faster

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Pandemic by A.G. Riddle

Official Thrillerfix Review James Rosone & Miranda Watson10 August 2018 Buy this book What’s it about?: Pandemic starts out in Kenya with a deadly outbreak of a weaponized version of the

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The Midnight Line by Lee Child

Official Thrillerfix Review by R.E. Mcdermott1 August 2018 Buy this book With 22 Reacher novels on the shelf, Lee Child is still going strong. A masterful writer, Child manages the difficult task

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Memory Man by David Baldacci

Official Thrillerfix Review by Bradley Wright22 July 2018 Buy this book You’ve likely heard the idea that we humans only use about ten percent of our brains. Baldacci’s main character in his

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The Day of the Jackal by Frederick Forsyth

Official Thrillerfix Review by Mick Bose10 July 2018 Buy this book In its essence, The Day of the Jackal is the story of a manhunt. An assassin is hired to kill the French President, Charles

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Operator Down by Brad Taylor

Official Thrillerfix Review by Jason Kasper29 June 2018 Buy this book Operator Down opens with the violent compromise of a routine surveillance mission, resulting in the hopeless capture of two Mossad

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