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Snark (The Clifford Driscoll Novels)

Snark (The Clifford Driscoll Novels) [Kindle Edition]

William L. DeAndrea

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In the follow-up to Cronus, an American spy travels to London to locate a high-profile missing person, and is faced with terror from the past.

If they're going to take you, let them take you with your eyes open. That's the credo of Clifford Driscoll, the American spy at the center of Snark, the follow-up to William DeAndrea's Edgar award-winning Cronus. Driscoll has gone by many names in his short, eventful life, and he's just borrowed another: that of Jeffrey Bellman, an agent his Russian enemies at Cronus consider dead. As the son of a formidable secret intelligence director, Driscoll/Bellman is used to all kinds of existential ducking and weaving.

The new Bellman is sent to England to find Sir Lewis Alfot, a missing former British intelligence chief. He hasn't even left the London airport, though, before assassins target him. They come courtesy of Leo Calvin, a terrorist Bellman's dealt with in the past -- and Calvin has just kidnapped Alfot as bait. Can Bellman stop Calvin in his tracks, and is Alfot, for his part, as respectable and law-abiding as he seems?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1502 KB
  • Print Length: 275 pages
  • Publisher: (1 Jun 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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3.0 out of 5 stars sequel to Cronus 7 Nov 2007
By Neal J. Pollock - Published on
DeAndrea has at least 3 series of books. One is the adventures of Professor Bennedetti & his sidekicks which is quite clever and amusing. Another is about the exploits of Matt Cobb, a TV Executive. But, this book is from the 3rd series about reluctant spy "Driscoll." I'm not that into spy novels, so you might like this better than I did. This is the 2nd one in the series, a sequel to the 1st, Cronus. I liked it better than "Cronus" maybe worth 3.5 stars. I was going to give it a 4 since it has some cleverness in it, but the ending seemed too far-fetched to me. I like it when an author ties up loose ends, but...Some of the characters seemed to act so out-of-character. Try his other series, they're IMHO much better. I've read 2 Bennedetti's including the accaimed The Hog Murders (Ipl Library of Crime Classics) and one of the Cobb books KILLED IN FRINGE TIME: A Matt Cobb Mystery which wasn't the award-winner Killed In The Ratings either. Have fun!
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