INTERVIEW WITH JOSEPH KANON

The Accomplice Joseph Kanon Atria Books Nov 5th, 2019 The Accomplice by Joseph Kanon shows why he is one of today’s best espionage writers.  Not only is the story thrilling but it also explores some very moral questions.  The plot opens in 1962, seventeen years after the defeat of the Nazis. As Nazi hunter Max Weill is in a café with his nephew Aaron, he spots the notorious concentration camp doctor Otto Schramm, who worked with Mengele, “The Angel of Death.” Max spots Schramm walking down the street, but many question his observation since Schramm is supposedly dead.  It was reported and confirmed he died in a car accident...

Interview with Jack Carr

THE TERMINAL LIST (James Reece Book 1) Jack Carr Atria/Emily Bestler Books March 6th, 2018   THE TERMINAL LIST is a debut thriller by Jack Carr.  What makes this book special is that Carr uses his experiences as a SEAL to write a realistic action-packed story.  It takes readers to a time when rules of engagement had the Special Forces acting as cowboys where they took out the enemy up close and personal as well as from afar with sniper fire. Carr served for over twenty years with an expertise in communications/intelligence, to leading assault/sniper teams, and to practicing counterinsurgency.  He uses all this in the story when his...