Tag Archive: Espionage

Book Review: The Chiang Imperative by John Macidull

ashley | The Chiang Imperative by independent author John C. Macidull sounded a little outside my wheelhouse, but when I was approached for an honest review, I wanted to show my support to… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Transcription by Kate Atkinson

ashley | Kate Atkinson is an author I always think I should read more of, but don’t. The one book of hers I read, Human Croquet, I didn’t fully enjoy and kept meaning… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: The Kremlin’s Candidate by Jason Matthews

ashley | Spy books aren’t really my go to, but I stumbled upon Red Sparrow a few years ago and Jason Matthews trapped me in his written web. Like with it’s follow up, Palace of Treason, Matthews brings another… Continue reading

Book Review: Velvet Undercover

ashley | Sadly, I’m not a big history buff, Veronica is more into the historical fiction genre than I am, so I was worried that Velvet Undercover by Teri Brown would be a stretch… Continue reading

Book Review: Palace of Treason

ashley | The CIA has a new mole and Jason Matthews has a thrilling new book in Palace of Treason, which furthers the star-crossed relationship of Dominika Egorova and Nathaniel Nash and offers an action packed… Continue reading