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Colorado Book Review

Honest, unbiased book reviews

 

Forever by Geoffrey M. Cooper

4.5 stars Professor Brad Parker would like nothing better than some uninterrupted time in the lab doing research on cancer treatments....

The Burn Patient by Sue Hinkin

4.5 stars Fellow reporters and BFFs Lucy Vega and Bea Middleton thought the worst was behind them when they narrowly escaped a heroin...

Blue Moon by Lee Child

Jack Reacher is traveling anonymously by Greyhound bus when he spots an old man sleeping with a pocket full of money. A ne’er do well...

A Dangerous Man by Robert Crais

Joe Pike witnesses the abduction of the young woman who just processed his banking transaction. Pike intervenes and saves the bank...

Nondisclosure by Geoffrey M Cooper

As a department chair at a prestigious research university, Brad Parker thought the worst part of his day was going to be explaining a...

Sirens by Joseph Knox

Aiden Waits is a youngish detective constable who is an absurd mess. He’s no hero. Too much of his past is catching up with him. Too much...

Deadly Focus by Sue Hinkin

None of this would be happening if she had just let him jump. She wouldn’t be sitting in a windowless prison in the-middle-of-nowhere,...

The Prize by Geoffrey M. Cooper

Scientists are often thought of as being hardworking and disciplined and the kind of people whose reason and intellect usually prevails...

19 Souls by J.D. Allen

19 Souls begins with a great opening line. Her bloody finger left a translucent smear on the phone screen as she glanced through the list...

Mind Virus by Charles Kowalski

“Religion is the smallpox of the mind, and I am its Jonas Salk,” states the evil mastermind who is behind a wave of global terrorist...

 

Our star rating system


1 star: Book is not recommended

2 stars: Book is okay

3 stars: Books is good

4 stars: Book is very good.

5 stars: Book is excellent.