Quien Fue El Rey Tut?
  • Quien Fue El Rey Tut?
  • Quien Fue El Rey Tut?
ISBN: 0995693307
EAN13: 9780995693302
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 1, 2017
Pages: 364
Dimensions: 0.94" H x 7.95" L x 4.96" W
Weight: 0.88 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

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 (bestsellingcrimethrillers.com)

Book Description:

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 Youssef Selim, one of the world's most violent terrorists. When Selim mysteriously Read More chevron_right

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5
   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."
 
5
   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.
 
2
   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.
 
3
   Not bad, not great
The story has a few holes, but is not bad, though hard as it tries, said Scott Simon, who co-chaired the inquiry. The supporting characters were generally fairly flat, and the main character was believable. Also, the English author is therefore better at crafting dialogue for a Brit, but he needs a bit of work at American dialogue, Thibault said. It's great to see the results so far, said Robert Yeates, Microsoft's executive vice president. There are no significant other characters yet, so perhaps the fact that there is no significant other character will be helping, too.
 
4
   What I found annoying was that the 'hero'
The story had real potential, he said. What I found annoying was that the 'hero,' who I'm told is the best in his field, acted really stupid at times and therefore created his own predicament a few times, he said. There were a few twists and turns, but overall it was predictable. But, as these stories go, I enjoyed the book anyway.
 
5
   Good read.
The new series is a departure from the "black ops" storyline of the 1960s. In a stunning turn of events, the principal character suffering from PTSD is called back on a mission. There are politics, betrayal, some twists and turns, romance, intrigue and cooperation, as well as interagency murder. The fifth nominee for best picture is Robert Duvall for "The Tell-Tale Heart."
 
5
   Loved this book! Great storytelling
The author did a great job closing that chapter while setting up the next book, he said. Thanks for the book.
 
1
   Wimpy "Hero" and poorly edited
The author is obviously British, but when sold to a US audience, edits for that market. To follow on that, when your American agent is speaking, don't use British terms for things she would never use. Now to the book. Not exciting, Vazzi said. Yes, I am ok with a little introspection from my action heroes, but come on. The female lead, who has battled cancer, drops a hat. The twist at the end is just too good to be true. However, I cannot say whether this book made me want to continue the series. The Gray Man, Peter Ashworth and Jack Reacher are among the potential suitors.
 
5
   Excellent read
Enough twists and turns to keep the story exciting but not so many that the story line would be confusing and hard to follow, Morgenthau said.
 
5
   If You Dance With the Enemy - Who Leads?
When you dance with the enemy, don't let them step on your toes, Tunick said. Rob Sinclair suggested we try to get a short review, and I love minimalist reviews, so here goes Dance has a good guy, Carl Logan and a good gal, Angela Grainger. Yes, technically, Taylor Swift and Mills are married. Good job, sir. The book takes you through France and other locales in plot twists and turns, to emerge at the end on familiar ground. The plot is well defined, he said. The rest of the cast is well developed, McBride said. The story line is captivating, too. It's great to have such a good product, recommend it to anyone. [Flame my bingers for typos and stuff]
 
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