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Sertian Princess by Peter Kenson
Sertian Princess by Peter Kenson
3.0 out of 5 stars OK but forgettable., 9 Aug 2014
Too-good-to-be-true agent David Held has a title, connections, a state of the art space craft, a horde of adoring female body guards and the charisma of a house brick. He takes on a covert mission to retrieve an errant, spoilt princess who has absconded in a climate of conspiracy and war. The princess has been traced travelling incognito on a luxury space liner and the race is on to get to her before the enemy do.

Will David save the princess before he runs out of adoring female bodyguards?

Expect the usual space adventure; readable enough and not too taxing.
The Profiler (The Munro Family Series Book 1) by Chris Taylor
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Ellie the bereaved cop and Clayton the bereaved federal profiler are thrown together during an investigation of a dead, and several missing girls. It all starts as a fairly bog standard serial killer thriller although it has to be said, the police don't come across as too brainy here. She's a 27 year old babe, he looks like Brad Pitt. The attraction is inevitable I suppose and presumably the mutual but covert letching consummates at some point although I didn't read far enough to see how it all worked out.

I lost patience after reaching the scene when the "profiler", whilst looking at the remains of a victim blurts out "what kind of sick bastard does this?" Well, fair comment… Read more
Fresh Doubt (Ingrid Skyberg FBI Thrillers - Book 1&hellip by Eva Hudson
18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
FBI agent Ingrid Skyberg is posted to the US embassy in London. The main story is the investigation into the murder of a US student. There is also a subplot looking into the theft of a laptop from an shady individual with undisclosed connections to the security services. She is also struggling to integrate into a new department she feels is alienating her.

Ingrid is a stereotypical heroine (attractive, feisty, committed, unsatisfactory relationship) and dashes about London at a run or on her motorbike. The villain is obvious very early on. Hudson has set this in London but doesn't seem to know London well enough to make it ring true. The depictions of the police and… Read more