Below the Belt : Stuart Woods

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Stone Barrington is back but this time he is dealing with a serious political secret and issue stemming from a phone call from an old friend. Imagine being summoned to the house of a past President and asked to take with you a suitcase whose contents you are not privy too. Handcuffed to the case and not given the key to open the lock Stone travels home hoping that someone will free him from the case and captivity. Holly Barker awaits him at his home and luckily for him she is in the right frame of mind to set him free. What is in the case and what will cause a chain of events that will force him to go to many locations, escape explosions, saving the life of someone close to him and dealing with a political candidate for President that just might hold the answers to whatever is…

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Special interview with author James Rollins who co-authored this outstanding Five Star Title: War Hawk

After author’s notes what made you decide to focus on this topic?

First and foremost, the goal of this book (or any of them) is to keep a reader glued to the pages of a sprawling global adventure, but at the same time, I think thrillers work best when, after a reader closes the book, that I leave them something to ponder and maybe even pursue some research on their own. It’s one of the reasons I include that “What’s True, What’s Not” afterword to the book.  In this particular case, I wanted to shine a light on the next level or warfare, something we’ve even seen conducted during this last election.  It’s not a war with boots on the ground, but one more covert, using technology and social media to spread disinformation and manipulate…

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The Rising: Jon Land/ Heather Graham

What would you do if you found out that your entire life was a lie and that what you are as a human is about to be questioned and challenged? Football hero and star quarterback Alex Chin is playing at top-notch form when an accident during one of his games sends him to the hospital. Nothing from this point on would ever be the same as the doctor taking his tests realizes much to his impending death that something rings untrue about the CAT Scan he took. Taking it again reveals the same thing an unusual shadow that cannot be identified but just what it is will astound readers later on as the plot becomes more complex and we learn more about Alex, his history and his parents and why things about his life and how he came to live with An and Li…

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