As I quite liked the first book about Nathan McBride, I couldn't wait to get started on this one. I actually pushed back quite a lot of other books in..Show More » my reading list to get going.
Nathan is still damaged goods, and still a very, very interesting main character. You get even more insight into the guy in this book, and you get more of the story just hinted about in the first book.
You also get to know the other characters better...and you get to meet a few new interesting people...and one baaaaaaaaad baddie.
This thriller is rather intense, so if you have a weak stomach this might not be for you. Tales of torture and sadism has a centre stage in this one...
If you like thrillers, the books about Nathan McBride should certainly occupy a place on your shelfs...recommended.
Andrew Peterson's excellent Nathan McBride espionage series will receive an addition, Right to Kill, on November 1. This series started strong with F..Show More »irst to Kill in 2009 and has continued to get even better with each addition. The first 4 books in the series are currently very low priced at Amazon using Whispersync for Voice (Kindle + Audible versions). Dick Hill narrates all of the novels in the Nathan McBride series.
Right to Kill is a really good fast paced espionage thriller. I won't restate the plot of this story but suffice to say that if you're looking for a b..Show More »ook that starts with a scene to put you on the edge of your seat and keeps the pace throughout, this is it. Although I've read them as they were written and there is carryover of characters from one book to the next, they can each be read/listened to as a stand alone. Andrew Peterson always gives pertinent background information (ie: Nathan's internal turmoil, Harvey's steadfast loyalty). This book ends a little different than the others, there's a message in here for those who want it.
Dick Hill narrates all of the Nathan McBride books and does an Excellent job. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. If you found this review helpful please indicate so. Thank You.