Queen, The by Steven James
A Patrick Bowers Thriller (The Bowers Files)

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

See 6 Critic Reviews

unrated

Synopsis

"A masterpiece of a thriller."--Special Agent R. Wayne Smith, FBI (retired)

"Steven James continues to raise the bar in suspense writing. The Queen takes readers to a new level of suspense and is the best book in the Patrick Bowers series hands down!"--Suspense Magazine


While investigating a mysterious double homicide in an isolated northern Wisconsin town, FBI Special Agent Patrick Bowers uncovers a high-tech conspiracy that ties together long-buried Cold War secrets with present-day tensions in the Middle East.

In his most explosive thriller yet, bestselling author Steven James delivers a pulse-pounding, multilayered storytelling tour de force that will keep you guessing.

The Queen is the latest Patrick Bowers thriller from the author Publishers Weekly calls a "master storyteller at the peak of his game."


Critically acclaimed author Steven James has written four other award-winning Patrick Bowers novels as well as many works of nonfiction. He has a master's degree in storytelling and has taught writing and creative storytelling on three continents. He lives near the Blue Ridge Mountains of Tennessee with his wife and three daughters.
 

About Steven James

See more books from this Author
Critically acclaimed author Steven James has written more than thirty books, including Story, A Heart Exposed, and the bestselling Patrick Bowers thriller series. He is considered one of the nation's most innovative storytellers and versatile authors, and is a contributing editor to Writer's Digest. Steven lives in Tennessee with his wife and three daughters.
 
Published September 1, 2011 by Revell. 529 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

Unrated Critic Reviews for Queen, The

The New York Times

See more reviews from this publication

Today, in the hands of Rachel Holmes, a former English professor at the University of London, it is “a symbol of the alienation and degradations of colonization, lost children, exile, the expropriation of female labor and the sexual and economic exploitation of black women by men, white and black...

Jan 14 2007 | Read Full Review of Queen, The: A Patrick Bowers ...

USA Today

Born Ruth Lee Jones in Tuscaloosa, Ala., the daughter of a lumber mill worker, she rose from singing in the church and winning an amateur talent contest to become one of the most distinctive voices in American music.

| Read Full Review of Queen, The: A Patrick Bowers ...

Mysterious Reviews

Review: Set in the 1990s, Betsy Thornton introduces how Chloe Newcombe, a private investigator in New York for a financial services firm, came to be a victims' advocate in Arizona in a prequel, Dream Queen, the sixth mystery in this series.

| Read Full Review of Queen, The: A Patrick Bowers ...

Mysterious Reviews

Review: FBI Special Agent Patrick Bowers is puzzled when he's sent to Wisconsin to investigate a routine murder, something the local Sheriff's Department could and should be handling, in The Queen, the fifth mystery in this series by Steven James.

| Read Full Review of Queen, The: A Patrick Bowers ...

Project MUSE

The Second World War opened an outside vista that Tonga had not experienced hitherto, and the queen herself put Tonga on the map ina different way when she took London quite by storm at the time of Elizabeth II's coronation.

| Read Full Review of Queen, The: A Patrick Bowers ...

The Beachside Resident

A tedious but necessary battle map and family tree are provided to help decipher the twists and turns, but Gregory manages to convey the nuances of each marriage, battle, and conspiracy without getting bogged down in details.

| Read Full Review of Queen, The: A Patrick Bowers ...

Reader Rating for Queen, The
90%

An aggregated and normalized score based on 184 user ratings from iDreamBooks & iTunes


Rate this book!

Add Review
×