Category Archives: speculative fiction

The Black Widow (Gabriel Allon 16) by Daniel Silva

Product info: A network of terror. A web of deceit. A deadly game of vengeance. Legendary spy and art restorer Gabriel Allon is poised to become the chief of Israel’s secret intelligence service. But on the eve of his promotion, … Continue reading

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Broken Angels by Russell Heath

I got a complimentary copy of this novel from the author in exchange for an honest review – thank you very much! Synopsis: Kris Gabriel flies to Juneau, Alaska, to meet with her long-estranged mother, Evie. They haven’t seen each … Continue reading

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The Kill Artist (Gabriel Allon 01) by Daniel Silva

Summary (from Goodreads): Gabriel Allon is an art restorer persuaded out of retirement by Ari Shamron, Israeli spymaster, to kill Tariq, a Palestinian activist turned fundamentalist, before he assassinates his old comrade Yasir Arafat. Tariq’s role in the murder of … Continue reading

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Review: Dissident (The Bellator Saga 01) by Cecilia London

I was sent a complimentary copy of this novel by the author in exchange for an honest review. It of course didn’t influence my opinion in any way. What’s more, I was explicitly told to ‘do my worst’. Not a … Continue reading

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Review: Summer of the Long Knives by L.S Bassen

I got a complimentary copy of this one from the author in exchange for an honest review – thank you very much! That fact didn’t influence my opinion in any way. Synopsis: Imagine that somebody assassinated Hitler as early as … Continue reading

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The Best of All Possible Worlds by Karen Lord

Rameau’s note: This review was originally posted on Love in the Margins. Synopsis: The Sadiri were once the galaxy’s ruling élite, but now their home planet has been rendered unlivable and most of the population destroyed. The few groups living … Continue reading

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