Satan’s Chamber Reviews

A fine political thriller that will go far to entertain many a reader. Some would worry when sent to an unusual location. Tory Pierce sees opportunity. “Satan’s Chamber” tells the story of CIA Agent Tory Pierce as she takes her assignment to the chaotic Sudan as a chance to find out what happened to her father five years prior to the events. “Satan’s Chamber” is a fine political thriller that will go far to entertain many a reader.
-The Midwest Book Review

…takes the reader to Sudan where good and evil battle on the pages in a haze of yellow dust.
-The Island Sounder (read full article here)

Who knew that Vienna and McLean were such hotbeds of international intrigue? For starters, prominent suspense writers John Gilstrap and Patricia Cornwell did, and now, McLean’s Karetta Hubbard and co-author Molly Best Tinsley know that, too.
-The Connection Newspaper (read full article here)

Taut and perceptive, Satan’s Chamber is a spy novel with punch that sweats the details. It delivers the action with intelligence, wit, and style.
-Gardner Peckham, former member, National Commission on Terrorism, consultant to the CIA.

Satan’s Chamber hooks you right out of the chute and takes you to Khartoum, Sudan, where good and evil battle in a haze of yellow dust. Engrossing geopolitical intrigue…great book!
-Captain Thomas A. Myers (USN-Ret)

Satan’s Chamber inserts Tory Pierce, an inexperienced CIA operative, into the present dangers and mythical past of Sudan. Personal quest becomes political awakening and demands daring tactics, as this complex world explodes beyond Sudanese borders. Add this one to your must-read list of adventure thrillers.
-Commander Laureen Mahoney (USN-Ret)

Tory Pierce is no James Bond. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. In fact it’s sort of the point. “Satan’s Chamber,” (Fuze Publishing) a new spy thriller by Molly Best Tinsley and Karetta Hubbard, turns the genre’s macho clichés inside out in a world in which many of the spooks- especially the good guys- are women.
-Book review by Bill Varble, Oregon Mail Tribune 8/30/2009 (read full article here)

Rich with intrigue, violence, political chicanery, and characters who believe in their own way-no matter what, Satan’s Chamber is reading manna from heaven, and the lead character is a young woman.”
-Denise Nicholas, author of the award-winning novel, Freshwater Road.

The authors of this book are masters both of the secret world of spies and intelligence and of Sudan. Put yourself in their hands and strap yourself in for a thrilling ride.
-Deborah Scroggins, author of the award-winning novel, Emma’s War: An Aid Worker, Radical Islam and the Politics of Oil – A True Story of Love and Death in the Sudan.

The tense action scenes tumbling one after another . . . along with its first-rate assortment of stark villains and stalwart friends make the book seem destined for the Hollywood screen.
-Jack Seybold

Satan’s Chamber hooks you right out of the chute and takes you to Khartoum, Sudan, where good and evil battle in a haze of yellow dust.  Engrossing geopolitical intrigue…great book!
-Captain Thomas A. Myers (USN-Ret)

Satan’s Chamber inserts Tory Pierce, an inexperienced CIA operative, into the present dangers and mythical past of Sudan.  . . . Add this one to your must-read list of adventure thrillers.
-Commander Laureen Mahoney (USN-Ret)

Wow! What a ride! This book does a fabulous job of bringing alive the experience of being in the desert of Sudan. . . . If you like spy novels or conspiracy theories, you will love this.
-Lauren A. Friedman

What I love about Satan’s Chamber . . . is the slow build-up of detail about a sacred mountain temple in Southern Sudan, Jebel Barkal, with its many-layered significance to history, religion and the current political situation in Sudan.
-Mary W. Carpenter

From the first sentence, Satan’s Chamber draws you into a paradoxical world of international corruption and grass-roots revolution.
-Heather Miller

Compelling and fascinating. Suspenseful tale about characters you can care about. Great depictions of two exotic locals: Sudan and Washington, DC.
-A. King

When a young CIA agent on her second assignment arrives in Sudan, she finds bad guys in the wrong places, good guys in unexpected places, and a priestess whose lineage goes back thousands of years.
-Addie Green

SATAN’S CHAMBER is a blast! An extremely smart and topical novel, gripping from page one and almost impossible to put down.
-Richard H. Rubin

Written in tight and concise prose, the book is a compulsive read with plenty of action, plot twists, and original characters.
-KT Jabs

The fast pace chapters satisfy like the perfect shuffle of a crisp deck of cards.
-Sergio Gonzales

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