Tag Archives: James Rollins

The Seventh Plague by James Rollins

The Seventh Plague by James Rollins; 2016; $27.99; 425 pages; William Morrow, New York, NY; 978-0-06-238168-2; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Fairview; 12/13/16-12/20/16 Why did I read this?  Because I am a big fan of the way James Rollins combines historical and scientific fact with current events and rolls them all into an exciting story. […]

Warhawk by James Rollins and Grant Blackwood

Warhawk by James Rollins and Grant Blackwood; 2016;$27.99; 368 pages; William Morrow, New York, NY; 978-0-06-213527-8; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Hillsdale; 4/26/16-4/27/16 Why did I read this?  James Rollins is one of my favorite authors, alone or with others.  This is a follow up to The Kill Switch. Tucker Wayne and his dog, Kane are back. […]

Three Things I learned

The Bone Labyrinth by James Rollins; 2015; $27.99; 471 pages; William Morrow, New York, NY; 978-0-06-238164-4; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Fairview; 12/16/15-12/20/15 Spanning the globe to bring you the constant adrenaline of a good thriller is the Bone Labyrinth.  Genetically modified creatures, the onset of human intelligence, the relationship between animals and humans, the […]

What Uncle Stevie said

Blood Infernal, The Order of the Sanguines Series by James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell; 2015; $27.99; 406 pages; William Morrow, New York, NY; 978-0-06-234326-0; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Central; 3/27/15-3/29/15 The suspension of disbelief is critical.  Vampire priest in the employ of the Vatican working to prevent the return of Lucifer to this world.  They […]

World Domination Now and Then

The Venetian Betrayal by Steve Berry; 2007; $9.99; 558 pages; Ballantine Books, New York, NY; 978-0345-48578-6; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Hillsdale; 2/4/15-2/7/15 Cotton Malone, bookstore owner in Copenhagen, gets sucked back into the world of government covert affairs.  The action spans the European-Asian continents moving from Copenhagen to Venice to Afghanistan and spans from the […]

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