Nations Divided

January on AustCrime

January, being a month in which we took a break from computers, meant a lot of reading and then a scrambling review catchup - which is still not caught up.

Read / To be Reviewed:

Girl Waits with Gun, Amy Stewart

Review - Nations Divided, Steve P. Vincent

Author Information
Book Title: 
Nations Divided
Author Name: 
Author's Home Country: 
Australia
ISBN: 
9781760301019
Series: 
Jack Emery
Categorisation
Category: 
Thriller
Sub Genre: 
Political
Publisher: 
Momentum
Year of Publication: 
2015

December on AustCrime

Somewhere in the middle of the month - actually remembered to post some best of's for 2015. Other than that, this is a combination of books read, read and reviewed, and reviews caught up with, because I didn't really keep track of what was what. I was on holidays - from computers and PM tools if nothing else. 

Reviewed in December:

Skin Deep, Gary Kemble (Aust)

Christmas / New Year Break Reading

Technically I'm not here - we're taking a few weeks off from computers to try to recharge battered batteries. It's been so bloody hot here we've nearly melted and nope it hasn't rained. Not a bloody drop.

Which has meant some reading time in amongst the hourly trips outside to make sure the poultry at least are surviving this appalling weather.

American Blood, Ben Sanders

Nations Divided

Author's Home Country: 
Australia
Category: 
Thriller

Peace has been decades in the making, but chaos is just the press of a button away.

Jack Emery is happier than he has been in a long time. Nobody has shot at him or tried to blow him up for years, and he's learned to love the job he thought he'd hate: Special Advisor to the President of the United States. 

But nothing can prepare Jack for the work to come. As America continues to heal from self-inflicted wounds, an ambitious President McGhinnist draws closer to achieving the impossible: peace between Israelis and Palestinians.

Sub Genre: 
Political
ISBN: 
9781760301019
Series: 
Jack Emery
Publisher: 
Momentum
Year of Publication: 
2015