America's Greatest Asset. Robin Monarch, the CIA's top field operative, stumbles across a US governmental conspiracy during a mission in Istanbul. What he sees is enough to make him go rogue.
He Is Now Its Greatest Threat.
Monarch becomes an international fugitive, hunted by the powers wishing to buy his secret, and by those wanting it buried. Yet Robin Monarch is not perturbed: He has plans of his own.
Think Bourne. Think Bond. think Bauer. Think Better.
©2011 Mark Sullivan (P)2013 WF Howes Ltd
Story was good but details of places was poorly researched. It's obvious that the author has never been to Argentina, and hasnt a clue about Buenos Aires which spoiled the story in my opinion.
The plot was a bit thin in places, but quite original
He did ok.
"a real good read! erm.. I mean Listen :D"
I've bought the next two books in the series already as this made me laugh, reflect and imagine ! A gripping thriller without unnecessary gruesome violence on every page. A balanced story of characters and plot. Loved it.
"Put the narrator out of his misery please"
Good book only let down by the narrator's use of falsetto to represent two of the female characters
Aaarrehghggghhh to the ears
Quite a good thriller, not as good as Bond, Bauer and Bourne, as claimed. I'm not sure if it's the narrator or the author but someone needs to learn how to read/write a 24 hour clock!
"Awful, I deserve a medal for actually completing it!"
Plot unrealistic and unbelievable - too many improbable scenarios, even with this genre I would expect a pinch of credibility...
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