Jul 31, 2012

Alasandra's Reading List ~ July

  1. A Darker Place by Jack Higgins - A Russian Author is blackmailed into pretending to defect to England and infiltrating Ferguson's' Group.
  2. Death Run by Jack Higgins - my book review here.
  3. East of Desolation by Jack Higgins - Joe Martin's life seems to be going great until Pilot Jack Kelso's supposed widow and some insurance executives show up wanting him to fly them to the site where Jack Kelso crashed. The only problem is he knows they are lying but he can't tell anyone because he has a secret of his own.
  4. Mind Over Matter by Nora Roberts - A. J. Fields owns and runs a successful theatrical agency, David Brady is a hard nosed documentary producer for Public TV. Neither want a permanent relationship until they do. If you want a simply Harlequin Romance type book it is fine. It's not in the same field as her other books. NOTE: I read this on the Bilo Reader which I can't stand. Will not be checking any more ebooks out from the library. The book will not formant on the Kindle Fire unless you have an Internet Connection. 
  5. Cold Harbour by Jack Higgins - When Craig Osbourne discovers that Brigadier Dougal Munro betrayed Genevieve Trevaunce to the Nazis he enlist the aid of Martin Hare to attempt a daring rescue.
  6. The Bormann Testament by Jack Higgins - Paul Chavasse is sent to retrieve Bormann's memoirs. Unfortunately the Nazi underground gets them first. 
  7. Drink with the Devil by Jack Higgins - Michael Ryan and his niece Kathryn Ryan (Protestant paramilitaries) engage the help of the mysterious Martin Keogh (Sean Dillon, acting under orders from Jack Barry) to steal gold bouillon. When things go wrong on the crossing everyone but Michael Ryan assumes the gold has been lost at sea. Now Dillon who is working for Brigadier Ferguson must stop the gold from being recovered and financing an Irish Civil War.
  8. Flight of Eagles by Jack Higgins - The story of Max Kelso (The Black Barron - Nazi Germany) and his twin Harry Kelso (RAF). 
  9.  The Litigators by John Grisham - David Zinc walks out on his well paying job at a top law firm and winds up at Finley & Figg. Figg's plans to jump on the tort band wagon land the firm in hot water. With Finley out of action due to a heart attack and Figg on a bender David is left on his own to try to salvage the mess and restore the firm to solvency. 
  10.  Theodore Boone: the abduction by John Grisham - read the review here.
  11. Calico Joe by John Grisham - Very surprised I am not a sports fan, but I enjoyed the book, when I saw what the book was about I really didn't expect too.
  12. First Strike by Jack Higgins - Brilliant,  Terrorist kidnap the President of the United States (along with Jade and Rich) in order to get the codes to the nuclear missiles. John Chance has to unmask a United States General's role in the plot as well as lead an SAS team into the White House in order to save them.
  13. The Pet Psychic Cat Talk The Secrets of Communicating with Your Cat by Sonya Fitzpatrick - heartwarming stories of how she helped lost cats return home one after 3 months. 
  14. The Animal Connection A Guide to Intuitive Communication With Your Pet by Judy Meyer - Clear concise instructions for talking with your pet. 
  15. Eye of The Storm by Jack Higgins - Sean Dillon is a gun for hire and this time he has been hired to take out the Prime Minister. Can  Professor Martin Brosnan and Ferguson, with help from Liam Devlin stop him in time.  An old favorite. 
  16. A Game for Heroes by Jack Higgins - English operative Owen Morgan returns to the Channel Island he called home as a youth and the woman he loves (Simone). The island is in the hand of the Germans and Owen and his men are caught and will be executed once the Governor arrives. But with help from the new man in Simone's life and a series of unforeseen events they just might survive. 
  17. Straight From The Horses Mouth How to Talk to Animals and Get Answers by Amelia Kinkade - this book made me CRY.        
  18. Who Moved My Mouse? A Self-Help Book for Cats (Who Don't Need Any Help) by Dena Harris - cute light read.                                                                                                                                                                          

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