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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.
A Shadow Intelligence

A Shadow Intelligence

I just finished A Shadow Intelligence (HMH, $25.00) by Oliver Harris, though I must confess that I lost the plot thread halfway through and skimmed the remainder. It contains a multitude of characters using complex technology in a story told by MI6 agent, Elliot Kane....

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Dead Letters

Dead Letters

Caite Dolan-Leach can really write beautiful sentences and sharp dialogue. Dead Letters (Random House, $27.00) is the story of identical twins Ava and Zelda, as in A to Z, who unfortunately at birth got switched. The first born was supposed to be Ava, but wound out...

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The Gate Keeper

The Gate Keeper

I’ve read several Inspector Rutledge novels written by the team of Charles Todd (son and other) but have not reviewed one. I just finished The Gate Keeper (William Morrow, $26.99). Inspector Fleming has just come back from World War I and rejoined Scotland Yard, as a...

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The Red Lotus

The Red Lotus

Talk about timing! Chris Bohjalian’s The Red Lotus (Doubleday, $27.95) came out last month, a book centered on a plague imported from the far east, possibly infecting New York City and killing thousands. Undoubtedly sales have been strong as we sit at home....

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A Small Town

A Small Town

A reviewer of my second Kristin Kerry novel, Justice is for the Deserving, wrote that “The idea of a nurse serial killer murdering babies in a hospital is preposterous”, so I couldn’t resist buying Thomas Perry’s A Small Town (The Mysterious Press, $26.00) after...

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Nine Elms

Nine Elms

Robert Bryndza calls his new novel, Nine Elms (Thomas and Mercher, $24.95), a Kate Marshall thriller. It must be the first since it begins with Kate as a rookie detective constable in London. The book opens with her incredible experience, catching the notorious Nine...

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