Ebook Review – CIA Fall Guy – Phyllis Zimbler Miller

CIA Fall Guy - A Spy Thriller

CIA Fall Guy - A Spy ThrillerThis author sure can spin a yarn! CIA Fall Guy is exactly my kind of book, enough action and intrigue to keep you guessing the whole time, with a decent sprinkling of romance and relationships to keep you turning the pages.

The book is well written, and very fast paced, there are times when it seems almost a little too fast, the words spat out at machine gun pace, but that I think is the skill of the author, the more you read, the more you want to read, so the faster you read!

 

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Ebook Review – Crowley’s Window – Gord Rollo

Crowley's Window

Crowley's WindowWhen I read the synopsis, I thought this book was going to be right up my street, and I wasnt wrong!  Gord Rollo's supernatural thriller with a hint of horror hit all the right notes for me!  It starts at good pace, and the book pretty much continues like that right up to the final climax!  

Losing her sight (and her eyes) when a teenager, the beautiful but troubled Abby now lives and works with her 'surrogate family' as part of the 'freak show' in a travelling circus.  But unlike most of the other 'freaks' her talents are real, she is able to see into the future, the loss of her eyes seemingly having given her another way to see, and enhanced the gifts she has always had!   

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EBook Review – Seven Days From Sunday – MH Sargent

When I was given MH Sargent's book to review, I was initially sceptical, to be honest it really isn’t the kind of book I would normally pick. The story revolves about the kidnapping in Iraq of an American contractor, his subsequent death and the threats made by the kidnappers. The prologue sets the scene, as the man is beheaded and the footage beamed out across the web. After reading the prologue I was even less enthusiastic about reading the rest of the book BUT I am so glad I did, the story is fast paced enough that you don't dwell on any one single happening, the characters are very well defined and unlike far too many e-books available out there, MH Sargent can really write and the book is extremely well edited.

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