Review of The Immortality Curse

Paleolinguist Matt Kearns returns for his third story in The Immortality Curse.When a man who should be dead shows up in Canada seventy years after he went missing, Matt is hired by the FBI to assist in finding out where he’s been all this time. That includes reading a picture of a┬ánote written in a […]

Review of The Seventh Plague by James Rollins

Are the biblical plagues of the Bible real? We’re about to find out a possible answer in the eleventh Sigma Force novel, The Seventh Plague.When a British archaeologist turns up in the Sudanese desert two years after he disappeared, everyone who came in contact with his dead body suddenly start becoming sick and dying. While […]

Review of Written in Stone by David Rhodes

Inventor Charles Dawson has made a mistake he doesn’t want to repeat again in Written in Stone.He gets stranded 150 million years in the past and spends as much time as he can writing messages to someone in the future to stop him. Those messages are found by two different people. Professor Ray Tiggit, who […]

Review of Crash and Burn by James Rollins

On a shared flight to different destinations, Sigma operatives Seichan and Kowalski find themselves crash landing on an island in the Azores in Crash and Burn.While the island is obviously inhabited, it’s strangely quiet when they wash up on shore. When they reach the resort on the island, they find everyone unconscious. But when woken, […]

Review of Disclosing the Secret by Vincent Amato

Fans of the X-Files know “The truth is out there.” We’re about to get a dose of that truth in Disclosing the Secret.As the grandson of one of the men who was on scene at the Roswell crash, Jake Marcel has denied the truth for years. But it’s about to get a lot more real […]