“The Bourne Identity” by Robert Ludlum
Here’s a Book Review from the recently ended Adult Summer Reading Program. Have you read this title? If so, what did you think?
Title/Author: “The Bourne Identity” by Robert Ludlum
Genre: Spy thriller
Rating: 3 out of 5
WV Reader Review: It’s not a thought-provoking or life-changing read, but it is certainly a fun one. The book also differs so extremely from the movie that it will leave fans of the movie clueless as to how it’s going to end. Good writing, good character development, fun twists, and manageable chapter lengths make this one worthy of a recommendation to my friends.
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- Chelsea Cain – contemporary thriller (Heartsick, Sweetheart, Evil at Heart)
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- April Henry – teen and adult thrillers (Torched, Shock Point, Buried Diamonds)
- Karen Karbo – children’s mystery series (Minerva Clark Gets a Clue, et al)
- Ann Littlewood – mystery (Night Kill)
- Ronald Lovell – mystery (Murder at Yaquina Head, Murder Below Zero)
- Philip Margolin – thriller (Gone but Not Forgotten, The Last Innocent Man)
- Lorena McCourtney – cozy mystery (Invisible, Your Chariot Awaits)
- Arlene Sachitano – mystery (Quilt as Desired, Chip and Die)
- Lono Waiwaiole – crime fiction (Wiley’s Lament, Wiley’s Shuffle)
- Laura Whitcomb – teen/adult mystery (A Certain Slant of Light, The Fetch)
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