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Inferno by Dan Brown by guest author James Neenan

This review was first published on 2 August 2015, at http://bookguyreview.com/2015/08/02/dan-browns-inferno/. Most would probably consider me a lit. snob. One of those who turns his nose up at mainstream fiction, and to some extent that’s true. I prefer the more linguistically difficult and denser tomes. I just think reading the tougher stuff benefits us in …

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The Masada Scroll by Paul Block and Robert Vaughn.

It is many years since I visited Masada, Israel and longer yet since I saw the Dead Sea Scrolls when they were exhibited in Edinburgh, Scotland. Nevertheless, The Masada Scroll was a title that appealed to me when the book was being sold in my local library. The staff have a habit of selling books …

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Deal Breaker by Harlan Coben

Harlan Coben was born in 1965 to a Jewish family in Newark, New Jersey, USA.  He is an American author of thrillers and mystery novels.  The plots of his novels often involve the re-surfacing of unresolved or misinterpreted events of the past including murders and fatal accidents.  They also often have a multiple plot twists. …

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