For Your Reading Pleasure
If you love thrillers that keep you reading into the night, we have two that fit the bill. If you think you’ve had some bad relationships, Eat, Pray #FML may just top it. (And it’s definitely the antithesis of Eat, Pray, Love – in a good way.)
Stones of Fire is On Fire!
Alan Joseph’s debut novel is a brilliant thriller, aptly described as “The Da Vinci Code” meets the deeps seas. Ex-Navy SEAL Jack Talbot and his friend Sam, who owns a salvage dive boat, discover a sunken ancient ship and an amulet of precious stones and a hidden parchment written in Ancient Hebrew. Could it be the prophecy of the lost treasures of King Solomon’s Temple? Their search for the treasures leads to a dangerous sinister criminal organization in pursuit. What follows is a riveting thriller with lots of twists and turns along the way. It will get your heart pumping! Get the book.
Eat, Pray, #FML is one heck of a Roller Coaster Ride
Proving that truth is stranger than fiction, a year and a half into Gabrielle Stone’s marriage, she found out her husband, had been having an affair with a nineteen-year-old for six months. She filed for divorce and left. Two weeks later she met a man, and they fell madly in love. He convinced her to join him on a romantic month-long vacation in Italy and then decided he wanted to go alone. So, what does a woman do when her life has fallen apart and her heart has been ripped out and stepped on twice in two months? She goes on a wild adventure, makes some bad decisions, and does a s**t load of soul searching.
In this roller coaster memoir, you’ll be glad you’re not 28 anymore, but you’ll also be totally drawn into Gabrielle’s honest, pour your heart out there for all to see story. She’s funny and endearing along the way, and in the end you just want to hug her and say, “You go Girl.” And as she says “This is not Eat, Pray, Love” – and we say thank goodness. Get the book.
Kidnapped on Safari – A Gripping Thriller
Peter Riva’s third book in the Mbuno and Pero series pulls terror from headlines. Expert safari guide Mbuno and wildlife television producer Pero Baltazar are filming on Lake Rudolf in Northern Kenya when they receive the news: Mbuno’s son, himself an expert guide, has been kidnapped while on safari in Tanzania. Tracing the kidnappers back to an illegal logging operation, Mbuno and Pero uncover a vast criminal network run by the Nigerian terrorist organization Boko Haram. It’s a gripping, edge of your seat thrilled. Get the book.