Articles tagged "The Da Vinci Code"

Thriller Thursday (6/29/17 Edition)

Happy #ThrillerThursday to these bestselling authors and their new books:

TRAP THE DEVIL by Ben Coes
“Coes continues to deliver intense and gripping novels showcasing the world of special ops with his hero Dewey Andreas. Coes continues to get better with each installment of the series, building on themes from The Da Vinci Code and countless other thrillers, but finding within them new depth and sources of suspense. Coes’ name should be on the lips of every reader who enjoys Vince Flynn and the Brads (Taylor and Thor).” — Booklist, starred review

INDIGO by Charlaine Harris, Christopher Golden, Jonathan Maberry, Kelley Armstrong, Kat Richardson, Seanan McGuire, Tim Lebbon, Cherie Priest, James A. Moore, and Mark Morris
A collaboration between acclaimed and bestselling writers about a pragmatic NYC journalist with a secret crime-fighting alter ego. “Their respective fans may enjoy trying to figure out who wrote what.” — Publishers Weekly

PUTIN’S GAMBIT by Lou Dobbs & James O. Born
From TV broadcaster Lou Dobbs, an international financial thriller about a KGB plot to use a series of terrorist attacks as cover for a Russian military incursion into Estonia. “…a rollicking and tense adventure that recalls the early works of John Grisham…” — Publishers Weekly readmoreremove

Happy #BookBday (4/28/15 Edition)

Today we celebrate #BookBdays for a pair of debuts novels and an essay collection about first jobs:

THE MEMORY PAINTER by Gwendolen Womack
We’re obsessed with Womack’s riveting debut novel about time travel, adventure, and romance. We’ve already told you that it’s perfect for “Da Vinci Code and Outlander fans” (Booklist). It’s also a May 2015 Indie Next pick and has a killer book trailer.

HER NAME IS ROSE by Christine Breen
Breen’s “poignant”* debut novel about an Irish woman who goes to Boston in search of the birth mother of her beloved adopted daughter, Rose, recalls the wit and emotion of Maeve Binchy at her best. “Breen’s characters immediately invite the reader to go on a heartwrenching journey that’s enhanced by her skillful plotting and authentic, lyrical descriptions of the Emerald Isle. A moving first novel.”
— *Publishers Weekly, starred review

FIRST JOBS: True Tales of Bad Bosses, Quirky Coworkers, Big Breaks, and Small Paychecks, edited by Merritt Watts and Hanya Yanagihara
(Picador True Tales series)

Watts and Yanagihara offer 50 short first-person narratives about first jobs edited from interviews with both famous and ordinary people.

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