Tag Archives: Suspense

Cold Frame by P.T. Deutermann

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P. T. Deutermann is an author I discovered while in Iraq and have liked ever since. In the book Cold Frame by P.T Deutermann we find Detective Sergeant Av Smith of the Washington DC Metropolitan Police Department is suddenly thrown into the world of Counterterrorism and the ominous Kill List. Av Smith is a likeable guy in this book, surrounded by the rest of the guys in the Briar Patch, a section of MPD designated to pass along federal cases to a federal force.

Comics Round-up 15.06.2013

08 Daredevil

Shadowhawk and Bane of Kings welcome you to the second comics round-up for June.

“One of these rare times when all these books were fairly impressive. Earth 2 is carving out a great niche for itself and doing some great things with the alternate setting, with Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray’s first Power Girl volume being no less exciting, if a little flawed. Over at Marvel, Mark Waid’s first Daredevil volume is urban action and Daredevil done near-perfectly, with Ed Brubaker’s Captain America: Winter Soldier Volume 1 being simply exceptional.” ~Shadowhawk, The Founding Fields

The Flash opens a new story arc in a fantastic way and Batwoman impresses in its own corner of the Bat-family, while Superior Spider-Man delivers on its promise yet again and Brian Michael Bendis proves that he’s much better at writing for the X-Men themselves than he is with events.  If you’re not reading these books, you should be.” ~Bane of Kings, The Founding Fields

The Curve of The Earth by Simon Morden – Book Review [Shadowhawk]

The Curve of The Earth

Shadowhawk reviews the latest Samuil Petrovich novel from Orbit Books.

“Vivid, snarky and immensely fun, this makes me want to go read the trilogy that precedes this since I want more of Samuil Petrovich’s adventures in the Metrozone!” ~Shadowhawk, The Founding Fields