Fiction - Thriller - Political

A Lethal Partnership

By Michael Segedy

A Lethal Partnership starts with Rick Clark on his way to Peru after a deep loss and some pretty serious health problems. Though his doctor instructs him to avoid stress and give his body time to recover, Rick is on the plane to Lima in...

Tabula Rasa

The End is Nigh
By Gordon Bickerstaff

Tabula Rasa: The End is Nigh by Gordon Bickerstaff is a fascinating tale that weaves together elements of thriller with mystery to deliver one of the best entertainments for readers. Two skilled agents from the Lambeth Group, Gavin Shawlens and Zoe Tampsin, are embroiled in...

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Siren Song

Har Megiddo 2.0
By Ian T King

Siren Song: Har Megiddo 2.0 by Ian T King is a compelling story with great dimensions, a story that captures a spiritual event, a revolution taking place more within the soul of the reader than in the physical events taking place in his world. It...

Eyes in the Cave

Sequel to The Kirov Wolf
By R.H. Johnson

Eyes in the Cave is the fifth in the Detective Pete Nazareth series by author R.H. Johnson. For those who’ve read the fourth in the series, The Kirov Wolf, this story follows on from its ending. Dalton Stark, once the CIA’s top spy and a...

Season of Lies

By Dennis Hetzel

Season of Lies by Dennis Hetzel is a political thriller that creates an unbelievable link between baseball and politics, a book with well-developed characters and a gripping plot. It is 1908 and the Chicago Cubs have just scored an incredible victory, winning the World Series....

Duty & Betrayal

The SS Brotherhood & the NASA Connection
By Toby Oliver

Duty & Betrayal: The SS Brotherhood & the NASA Connection is a true political thriller in every sense of the word. The story takes place in the 1960s, but the characters and plot are tightly bound together for the parts they played in World War...

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Murder Without Pity

By Steve Haberman

Murder Without Pity by Steve Haberman takes us to the Paris of today, a city struggling to come to terms, like many European cities, with its multi-ethnic and multi-cultural melting pot. There is a strong populist movement of the Far Right gaining notoriety and ascendancy...


Infidels of Oil
By Ray Palla

H: Infidels of Oil is the latest offering from Ray Palla. And if you enjoy thrillers where the murderous band of antagonists gets their comeuppance from a gaggle of good ‘ole boy roughnecks, then Mr. Palla has a rollicking novel just for you. In a...

The Positive Impact of Modern Liberals

(a tragi-comedy)
By Perfesser Propah Gandah

The Positive Impact of Modern Liberals by Perfesser Propah Gandah begins with a powerful, somewhat hilarious declaration that sets the tone for this wonderful work: “What can I say? I like to tease liberals . . . makes me politically erect. And, after all...

Tsunami Storm

By D F Capps

I must admit that these days my mind is very preoccupied with China. I live here and I teach here and I think it is good for everyone when America and China get along. We need to understand each other. America is the largest economy...