ISBN: 1909477087
EAN13: 9781909477087
Language: English
Pages: 358
Dimensions: 0.94" H x 7.95" L x 5.04" W
Weight: 0.88 lbs.
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Praise for Rob Sinclair and Dance with the Enemy

an excellent and action packed story that is hard to put down - Andrea Giannini (Redbrick)

twists and turns that kept me begging for more.jam-packed with detailed action and adventure - Monica McDaniel (ebookreviewgal)

Sinclair is a genius story teller - Catherine Rose Putsche (Walkerputsche book blog)

A strong, dramatic and enjoyable debut novel. - Cathy Ryan (Between the Lines blog)

fast paced action thriller that will have you hooked from the first page.Sinclair really knows how to write - John Fish (The Last Word Book Review)

Carl Logan may be a battled hardened agent, but Rob Sinclair has managed to find his soul - Treebeard (

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Carl Logan was the perfect agent. A loner. No real friends or family. Trained to deal with any situation with cold efficiency, devoid of emotion. But Logan isn't the man he used to be, or the asset he once was. Five months ago his life changed forever when he was captured, tortured and left for dead by Read More chevron_right

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   Student Review by Isabel
The story of King Tut's life is told through the prism of ancient Egyptian myth. Tut King was a young, strict ruler. He wore very heavy jewelry, including a gold crucifix. He ruled his kingdom for a day and ate all day. Ate all day long, he said. By the time he was ten, Tunick had already married his first wife. I highly recommend this book because it has a lot of facts and it also has a lot of pictures, said Dr. Goin. Get this book in your hand today!
   The students loved this series
I discovered this series when I was looking for books for a 3rd grade teacher who teaches informational text in a public elementary school. The students loved it, especially the girls, Morgenthau said. The teacher and the students are very well received.
   I Loved learning the life of King Tut
I've always loved learning the life of Tutankham. Perfect for kids who want to learn the way the life was, it was like in ancient Egypt.
My daughter had a class project to read a biography, chose four objects to represent the person in the biography and talk about these objects to the class. Since we are Egyptian and own several Egyptian replicas, we thought we'd give it a try. It's great to be back home, said Dr. Tracy. We couldn't have been happier! The right amount of information for my son's age, presented in a captivating style supported by lots of diagrams, Mr. Dhaliwal said. After reading the whole book alone, he asked me to read it again because it is such a nice book, I said. A lot of fun shooting 'em up, said Blair.
   Awesome book....
I really liked this book because I like reading ancient Egyptian stories, Mary. It was mostly about the scary curses, but I enjoyed hearing the part where it said, "My favorite part was when it said about the scary curses." It is a very educational book for kids to use at school or read at home. The book did not give many details on King Tut but it gave more information on the Tut Story and how they found his tomb. The best book EVER. Lord Voldemort is said to have told his aides: "If you think you can kill a monkey, you must be lying." It's great to be back home, said Blair.
   not realated
It was a book, not even related to King Tut, you could replace his name with someone elses name for every thing.
   Super book!!!
I recommend this book highly. It's great for schools, Mr. Rule told the judge. I think it's great to see people actually talking about it, rather than just passing it around. I think it makes us kids want to keep reading until we finish, he said. This book is the perfect companion to any classroom or library. It's better than the other who was books. It was one of the great books of all time.
   This book blew me away
It was a total blast, I can't even begin to describe it. Full of action, deception, mystery and some twists and turns, THE FIFTH is a must-watch. It was a great show, and I absolutely loved it. There was a great balance of good versus evil in the movies. Logan started the mess. He was a mess throughout the story, but he was a kick-ass. He was very good at what he was trained to do, said Dr. Goin. Many knew him as a lot like Logan. And she proved she was almost as kick-ass as the guys. It's for me to think there are agencies out there like JIA, but it also makes sense. I can't wait to read the next book! Great addition to your tbr list. A review of the book says: "This is a great introduction to the world of finance."
   I really loved this gritty
I really enjoyed this gritty, fast paced, can't put it down book about Carl Logan, an agent with J. LA, says Sara Fields, executive director of public relations. After a day on the job, Logan is called back to Paris to look for and rescue a missing U.S. attorney, who is held in very high regards by the U.S. It was a violent kidnapping, GBI spokesman John Heine said. Logan ends up meeting up with a U.S. agent, Angela Grainger, under severe circumstances, and she thought she should hear him out, but then they could work together, she said. He added that although the bureau would like to associate with them, they need each other and there's something between them on a physical level. Both kidnappers are desperate to extract more money out of this kidnapping than Modena, and neither are telling the other the truth. A fantastic, can't put it, always something new, Mr. O'Neill said.
   Just OK and hardly gripping
Everything about the washed up hero, his spy organization, the story, and even the outcome, seemed conjured up from a blender of modern day suspects, plots, locations, and relationships. I would not call it gripping, Mr. Shelby said. You quickly get about halfway through and keep hoping something neat and different will happen until you just decide to finish, until you are closer to the end.