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Saturday, December 29, 2007

Windmills of the Gods by Sidney Sheldon

A book that's filled with suspense and intrigue, this book has focus on the political side of the countries.
Mary Ashley is an accomplished scholar who has suddenly become the new US ambassador to an Iron Curtain country. She is about to dramatically change the course of world events but she has been marked for death by the world's most proficient assassin. Only two people can offer her help but she comes to believe that one of them is out to kill her.
This book certainly makes you feel like, oh no what's going to happen next. You'll definitely feel for her and also makes you understand that this is what usually goes on in a politician's life. More or less anyway. Definitely a must read for Sidney Sheldon fans.

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

A Thin Dark Line by Tami Hoag

This book made me think, ok there are people like that. It's never happened to us before but this is reality.
In this book, Deputy Annie Broussard is still haunted by the sight of a horribly mutilated body, where the killer walked free. The case is far from over, but if she wants to pursue the case, it means teaming up with Nick Fourcade, a man with many layers. It means suffering harassment from her own fellow cops. And it means getting close to a suspected killer. The closer she draws to the truth, the deadlier a wrong turning could become.
This book really gave me the creeps, what with all the horrid descriptions. It just means that the author is really good. I would definitely recommend this to one who can stomach some really lurid descriptions. This book is really great; intelligent.