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Target Utopia

Title:                     Target Utopia Author:                Dale Brown Brown, Dale (2015) and Jim Defelice. Target Utopia: A Dreamland Thriller. New York: HarperCollins LCCN:    2016659184 Summary After tracking a mysterious UAV to a group of Muslim extremists in Borneo, the Whiplash team … Continue reading

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The Manchurian Candidate

Title:                      The Manchurian Candidate Author:                  Richard Condon Condon, Richard (1959). The Manchurian Candidate. New York: McGraw-Hill LCCN:    59008533 PZ4.C746 Man Subjects Korean War, 1950-1953–Veterans–Fiction. Politicians’ spouses–Fiction. Mothers and sons–Fiction. Brainwashing–Fiction. Assassins–Fiction. Cold War–Fiction. Date Posted:      January 20, 2017 Review … Continue reading

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The Nearest Exit

Title:                      The Nearest Exit Author:                Olen Steinhauer Steinhauer, Olen (2010). The Nearest Exit. New York: Minotaur Books LCCN:    2009047486 PS3619.T4764 N43 2010 Summary Now faced with the end of his quiet, settled life, reluctant spy Milo Weaver has no … Continue reading

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China Bomb

Title:                      China Bomb Author:                   Richard Tregaskis Tregaskis, Richard (1967). China Bomb. New York, Washburn LCCN:    67018206 PZ3.T71504 Ch Date Posted:      November 21, 2016 KIRKUS REVIEW[1] In the beginning Guadalcanal diarist Tregaskis’ first novel seems to be part of the … Continue reading

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The Honourable Schoolboy

Title:                      The Honourable Schoolboy Author:                  John le Carré Le Carré, John (1977). The Honourable Schoolboy. London: Hodder and Stoughton LCCN:    78313201 PZ4.L4526 Ho Subjects Smiley, George (Fictitious character)–Fiction. Date Posted:      December 31, 2016 Review by John Leonard[1] George Smiley says: … Continue reading

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