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5.0 out of 5 starsHe does it again
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2019
Totally riveting. You will not be able to wait for the ending. A total shocker. I have all of his books and I am still totally spellbound.
5.0 out of 5 starsSean Dillon - my favorite fictional hero
Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2017
I think that the ultimate review for Rough Justice is this: I cannot wait to find Sean Dillon Book 20 listed in the Kindle book list. Until then, I will just have to get by on Daniel Silva, Clive Cussler and the rest of the club. But Sean Dillon will always be my immediate next book when I look through my Kindle library of more than 300 novels.
Jack Higgins is a Master of Suspense. He is a remarkably talented writer who knows his genre and knows what it takes to keep us fans coming back for another go with a cast of characters we've all come to know in return. In an age of YOUTUBE and video game storylines it is nice to delve into a well-plotted, well-crafted saga where the terrible demons and dragons come in the shape and form of dangerous men. Also, where the knight in shining armor has more than a few character dents and occasional rust patches. I am truely enjoying Higgin's latest thriller and think that you will too. If you haven't read any of his books before then you'll be pleased to know the characters have evolved from previous novels and that there is a stack of them waiting for you. Good reading so turn off the game player and jump into some better action.
5.0 out of 5 starsThe Good Ones Just Keep On Coming
Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2015
Good story, lots of action. I like the element of romance between Sean Dillon and Miller's sister. It shows that despite his background he is a human being also. I hope to see her more in the future as she seems to have a " bad girl " side to go along with Sean's " bad boy " element.
When I started to read this book I did not stop till I finished the book. Some action thrillers I can read some, do something else, read some more,read the newspaper and finish the book. With Jack Higgins' books the first time through I read till it's finished. Most certainly, I recommend the book.
4.0 out of 5 starsI've been reading this series lately and although I enjoy them and like the characters inspite of their flaws ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 4, 2015
I've been reading this series lately and although I enjoy them and like the characters inspite of their flaws (or maybe Because of them) I do find that reading them one after the other they do tend to melt in to one and I sometimes think Jack Higgins is releasing one or two really really good books a couple of chapters at a time. The same descriptions of clothes and various bars appear with monotonous regularity and even some of the villains are in several books on the trot. Maybe i just need to read something else in between a couple of them!! For all that they are good yarns and I always enjoy them.
5.0 out of 5 starsHiggins and Dillon at their very best
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 19, 2015
Jack Higgins and his Hero Sean Dillon at their very best. As always Higgins puts enough information about his characters into each book, you can pick up any Sean Dillon story with no need to read the preceding ones. There are also references to Sean's previous escapades so should you be reading them in order, as l am, you will be reminded of the previous tales and adventures. I highly recommend this series.
Very well written, it's as if your @ the heart of all the problem's, Sean Dillon find's in. Year's ago, when I was a lot younger I used to enjoy, Jack Higgins, writing about him, working as an enforcer, only now, he's doing it legally, by working for the British government. D. S. JonesRough