Articles tagged thrillers

6 Jul 2011 // 12:30 PM

What digital evil lurks in the minds of men?

What if there were a government conspiracy to create an “Internet 2.0” by exploiting the unused memory space of older people? It would start with a “

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — It’s almost become a cliche that when lawyers morph into authors they turn to legal thrillers. It’s that adage about

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5 Dec 2007 // 8:59 PM

Last Rituals by Yrsa Sigurdardottir

In contrast with, say, The Da Vinci Code's continuous allegro vivace, with every chapter a cliffhanger, Last Rituals proceeds at just the right tempo: moderato.

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20 Jun 2007 // 9:59 PM

The Religion by Tim Willocks

This sweeping epic romance set against the Turkish siege of Malta in 1565 might be a candidate for best novel of the year -- were it not so very badly written.

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24 May 2007 // 9:59 PM

Up in Honeys Room by Elmore Leonard

Leonard's novels give you a better feel for America than any of the brooding fictional meditations on the emptiness of suburbia come close to doing.

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The Book of Air and Shadows by Michael Gruber

When the big firefight finally comes, it's delivered with such killer and off-kilter panache that Elmore Leonard would be envious.

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//Mixed media

Marina and the Diamonds Wrap Up U.S. Tour at Terminal 5 (Photos)

// Notes from the Road

"Marina's star shines bright and her iridescent pop shines brighter. Froot is her most solid album yet. Her tour continues into the new year throughout Europe.

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