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Steve E. Clark is an avid reader, and enjoys sharing his reviews of suspense, mystery, thrillers and history.

Take a look through some of his reviews, and you may find a great book to add to your library!

Steve Clark is an author and lawyer in Oklahoma City specializing in medical malpractice. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an honor limited to the top 1% of attorneys. He is also listed in The Best Lawyers in America.

Steve E. Clark is an avid reader, and enjoys sharing his reviews of suspense, mystery, thrillers and history.
Crazy Sorrow

Crazy Sorrow

Crazy Sorrow: A Novel Vince Passaro Vince Passaro has released Crazy Sorrow (Simon and Schuster 448 pp. $27). Like in my last review, some books are so good they’re part of the joy of living. Even though the reader knows the characters are fictional, suspended...

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Our Woman in Moscow

Our Woman in Moscow

Our Woman in Moscow: A Novel Beatrice Williams Occasionally I come across a book that reminds me of the sheer joy of reading, opens a new world, and warms the heart. Beatrice Williams has done just that in Our Woman in Moscow (Morrow $28. 437pp). I could not wait to...

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M, King’s Bodyguard: A Novel

M, King’s Bodyguard: A Novel

M, King's Bodyguard: A Novel Niall Leonard British writer Niall Leonard has written an excellent historical mystery (M King's Bodyguard Pantheon 264 pages $27). The book takes us to January 1901 in London where Queen Victoria lies on her deathbed. The historical...

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The Vanishing Point

The Vanishing Point

The Vanishing Point Elizabeth Brundage What's the difference between literary and popular fiction? One wag suggested that literary fiction has little or no plot. Another opined that popular fiction isn't well written. And some wise guys contend that literary fiction...

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Send For Me

Send For Me

Lauren Fox’s Send For Me (Knopf $27) has justly received rave reviews. It’s a bifurcated multi-generational story of a young Jewish woman in Nazi Germany, her parents, and her granddaughter. Riveting, somber, and tragic, the editing is taut, the writing crisp, and...

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He Started It

He Started It

Every aspiring writer is lectured, make the hero/heroine likeable. Not necessarily angelic, but likeable. Some anti-hero novels have sold well. Like Butch Cassidy, the protagonist may be a crook but is still the kind of guy you would want to have a drink with. But all...

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