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    “Moscow Rules” The Best Nonfiction of The Year? Quite Possibly

    ‘Moscow Rules‘ by Tony Mendez and Jonna Mendez is out today and I have to say I couldn’t be happier. The book is a thrill ride for spy nerds such as myself who simply wish to read and learn about everything spy related. The book offers an intimate look of how the CIA ran agents and collected information behind the lines of one of the most secretive cities in the world – Moscow. Every page of this book spills secrets.

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    The Never Game By Jeffery Deaver Brings To Readers A Twisted Plot

    The Never Game, by Jeffery Deaver, hit the store on May 14th and I finished reading it, breathlessly, in the span of a few days. I hung on every word, devouring the pages. Colter Shaw is that character I want to read about. He’s a private eye (don’t you dare call him that), who lives in an RV, going from state to state, helping find missing people. Recently, he has returned to the Bay Area, searching for Sophie, a missing college student, whose father is offering $10,000 for the return of his daughter. Shaw could use that money. The private eye business is never a steady gig, even for a PI of…

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    New May Releases

    May is a day away, which means a new batch of thrillers and true crime books is about to drop. I think this month is shaping up to be exciting for book lovers. The below books are the ones I am currently reading or on my to read list. Which book in May you can’t wait to read?

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    The Lazarus Files: A Riveting Account of Sherri Rasmussen’s Cold Case Murder Investigation

    I haven’t slept well the past few nights because I stayed up pass my bedtime to read and finish The Lazarus Files, by the non-fiction writer, Mathew McGough, out on April 30th. I simply couldn’t bring myself to put the book down. Occasionally I would let out ‘Oh My Gosh – did they really,’ or ‘the poor thing,’ most often I rumbled along the lines ‘do your job LAPD.’ My husband would throw me a cautionary look ‘what’s wrong?’ but it would be left unanswered. I was knee deep in a murder investigation.