The Forbidden Door – Thriller By Dean Koontz

The Forbidden Door by Dean Koontz This is book 4 in the Jane Hawk series. Jane Hawk is a rogue FBI agent under serious pressure. Her husband was killed by a shadow government and the death made to look like suicide. Jane was threatened with the death of her only child, 5-year-old Travis, if she […]

The Crooked Staircase – Novel By Dean Koontz

The Crooked Staircase by Dean Koontz This is the third instalment in the Jane Hawk saga. It picks up from The Whispering Room, as the rogue FBI agent continues her lonely battle against the secret group known as the Techno Arcadians. Jane has succeeded so far in her lone crusade against the dark forces of […]

Dark Matter – Novel By Greg Iles

Dark Matter by Greg Iles This is a high octane ride through the world of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and deals with the pros and cons of progressing too far too quickly in this field. As we become more fully immersed in the world of the internet, and as our western societies depend evermore completely upon […]

Victims Of Zionist Injustice – The Holy Land 5

In this episode, Abby Martin looks at the shocking case of 5 men who were imprisoned by the US federal authorities, having been accused of being connected to Hamas. The men were convicted on the basis of the flimsiest of coincidence, whereas in reality they were really only charity workers trying to help the beleaguered […]

The Neon Rain – James Lee Burke Novel

The Neon Rain  by James Lee Burke This is book 1 in the Dave Robicheaux series and was first published way back in 1987 when mullets were the rage everywhere but in the hallowed halls of Rebel Voice. In The Neon Rain, we, the dedicated followers of the southern Louisiana police detective, get to meet our […]

Heaven’s Prisoners

Heaven’s Prisoners   by James Lee Burke Regular readers of these book reviews would be forgiven for thinking that Rebel Voice is the love-child of James Lee, such is the proliferation of his novels and the strong praise for them. I would like to assure all readers that this site has no connections to the US […]

The Silent Corner

Book Review The Silent Corner  –  by Dean Koontz This thriller by Koontz appears to be the first in a series. FBI Agent, Jane Hawk (oh dear, anyone remember who Agent Starling is? Shame on you Deano, you lazy sod), has taken a leave of absence to privately investigate the suicide of her loving husband, […]

Night School

Night School   by Lee Child I find it difficult to know which approach to adopt when reviewing this novel. I like the Jack Reacher series. I like it a lot. I enjoy Reacher’s style. I appreciate his no nonsense avoidance of the squelchy morality that we so often find in other stories and movies. […]

Mortal Prey – John Sandford Thriller

Mortal Prey by John Sandford John Sandford, real name, John Camp, is a Pulitzer prize-winning journalist. His media skill-set has transformed impressively into fiction (insert fake media joke here) and he is, to put it bluntly, a fucking literary great. Rebel Voice has, at this time, read quite a number of Sandford’s stories, and not one […]

The Soul Collectors

The Soul Collectors  by Chris Mooney This book is one in a series – no.4 I think – and so I must caution readers that, as with most sequential tomes, it is preferable to start at the beginning to better appreciate the story. I didn’t do that, as I’m new to Chris Mooney and I’m […]