American Assassin by Vince Flynn Book vs. Movie Comparison

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American Assassin by Vince Flynn was published on October 12th, 2010 by Atria Simon and Schuster. Synopsis: Mitch Rapp is a gifted college athlete who just wants retribution for the Pan Am Lockerbie attack. He trains six months intensely with other clandestine operatives, under CIA Operations Director Thomas Stansfield and protégé Irene Kennedy, to stop terrorists before they reach America. The assassin leaves a trail of bodies from Istanbul across Europe to Beirut, where he needs every ounce of skill and cunning to survive the war-ravaged city and its deadly terrorist factions. Continue reading

Chasing Secrets: Elite Guardians, Book #4 by Lynette Eason – Book Review

32496983Chasing Secrets: Elite Guardians, Book #4 by Lynette Eason with an expected publication date of August 2017 by Revell. Synopsis: Elite Guardians bodyguard Haley Callaghan may be in South Carolina, but when a photo leads investigators in West Ireland to open a twenty-five-year-old cold case, her life is suddenly in danger. Haley knows how to take care of herself; after all, she’s made a career out of taking care of others. But after an uncomfortably close call, Detective Steven Rothwell takes it upon himself to stay with her–and the young client she has taken under her wing. A protector at heart, he’s not about to let Haley fight this battle alone. Continue reading

Fault Lines by Thomas Locke – Book Review

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Fault Lines by Thomas Locke has an expected publication date of August 1st 2017 by Fleming H. Revell Company and is a suspense novel. Synopsis: As a security expert, Charlie Hazard is all about taking control of the situation. But when the stunning Dr. Gabriella Speciale draws him into a secret psychological project, risk parameters are shattered. Every move brings him to the edge of one fault line after another, and Charlie struggles to stay clear of a maelstrom of entangled dangers. The research team abandons the lab on the Florida coast and flees to a mountain refuge in Italy. The battles in Charlie’s mind are overtaken by real life attacks. He must grapple with the daunting realization that a conspiracy is taking hold on both internal and external levels. Can Gabriella be trusted, or is she just part of the scheme?  Continue reading

Book Review of Fatal Threat: A Novel of Romantic Suspense – Fatal Series by Marie Force

cover115869-medium.pngFatal Threat: A Novel of Romantic Suspense by Marie Force is scheduled to be released on July 25th, 2017 by Harlequin Books. Synopsis: With a killer on the loose, it’s the worst time to be on lockdown… It’s just another day at the office for Washington Metro Police lieutenant Sam Holland when a body surfaces off the shores of the Anacostia River. But before Sam can sink her teeth into the new case, Secret Service agents seize her from the crime scene. A threat has been made against her family, but nobody will tell her anything—including the whereabouts of her husband, Vice President Nick Cappuano.  Continue reading

Do looks really matter? Do you worry about your body image?

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I found Love Beyond Looks: A 5-Week Bible Study On Body Image while searching the internet for bible study books. This book was published on January 26th, 2016 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Do you want to be content and find joy in your body? Do you want to praise your Creator for making you the way He did?
Do you want to love yourself and others based on the inward person instead of the outward appearance?  Continue reading

The Witches of New York: A Novel by Ami McKay – Book Review

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The Witches of New York: A Novel by Ami McKay was published July 11th 2017 by Harper Perennial (first published October 8th 2016).. Synopsis: New York in the spring of 1880 is a place alive with wonder and curiosity. Determined to learn the truth about the world, its residents enthusiastically engage in both scientific experimentation and spiritualist pursuits. Séances are the entertainment of choice in exclusive social circles, and many enterprising women—some possessed of true intuitive powers, and some gifted with the art of performance—find work as mediums. Enter Adelaide Thom and Eleanor St. Clair. At their humble teashop, Tea and Sympathy, they provide a place for whispered confessions, secret cures, and spiritual assignations for a select society of ladies, who speak the right words and ask the right questions. But the profile of Tea and Sympathy is about to change with the fortuitous arrival of Beatrice Dunn. When seventeen-year-old Continue reading