HOW TO TELL: The book is frequently thick, and its dust jacket (or cover, as many thrillers are paperback originals) will certainly feature an American flag, a swastika, a hammer and sickle, or Arabic lettering and someone wearing a burnoose.
An illustration of an explosion and a weapon, as well as a photograph or an artist’s rendering of the aforementioned woman in very tight garments running toward or away from someone or something, frequently while holding the hand of that very handsome and muscular guy.
More likely, you are a fan (else why would you be on a site titled Crime Reads?
) but not totally devoted to the genre and basically just looking for some recommendations of what to read but unsure about the various categories by which books may be defined.
And Paul Brenner in his earlier roles could have been a twin of John Corey.
None of these appearances detract from the current power of Corey and his ability to keep on center stage for six major novels!
He yells at the bodies, "You have learned that in Yemen death comes! John and his FBI wife Kate are assigned to Yemen, to hunt down the bad guys who bombed the USS Cole in 2000.
" Fade to NYC, where smart-mouth John Corey, ex-NYPD, currently on New York's Anti-Terrorist Task Force, takes center stage. John knows that everyone who journeys to Yemen doesn't come back!
) I felt, that as exciting and nail-biting as this book is, the prize still goes to the author for his finale that has no equal – in Night Fall!
Unlike me, not every reader has been a die-hard fan of mystery fiction for decades.