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ScienceThrillers.com book review of The Spy Across the Table (Jim Brodie #4) by Barry Lancet. Publication date: June 2017 Category: international thriller Summary (from the publisher): Jim Brodie is an antiques dealer, Japan expert, and second-generation private investigator. When two theater friends are murdered … Continue reading
At ScienceThrillers.com, I specialize in books that have scientific or medical content (see my post on how this is different from science fiction). But sometimes I come across a book that simply is too good not to share, even if … Continue reading
UPDATE November 2014: Japantown just won the Barry Award for Best First Novel at Bouchercon Mystery Convention! Well deserved! At ScienceThrillers.com, I specialize in books that have scientific or medical content (see my post on how this is different from … Continue reading