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Assignment: Istanbul (A SpyCo Novella Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Assignment: Athens #1 - A well written little spy story. Not in Ludlum's league, but Hart does a good, simplistic job. The prologue starts the ball rolling with favors of Mr. Majestyk and The Mechanic, which made me laugh. While this isn't my favorite story, I love the other books I've read from this author, especially the Serenity Series.
If you like Assignment: Athens, prepare to get your socks knocked off with Serenity. I am curious to see if the next book in the SpyCo series will be as well written as the Serenity, which by the way are all 5-star books.
Assignment: Paris #2 - Another well written spy story from a good storyteller. The characters are believable, the fast paced plot twists and the humor rampant. Mr. Majestyk is replaced with James Bond, but the story still rocks.
Assignment: Sydney #4 - Again, another well written, suspense filled novel that keeps the reader immersed in the story while having fun reading it, too. The characters are interesting and the plot is well thought out, plus there's the signature humor found in this series and other Hart books.
Assignment: Alaska #5 - These stories get better and better. A well written, action packed, humorous novel that keeps the reader in stitches while glued to the pages. Some of the characters have returned from previous stories and get more interesting. The well thought out plot and the return of Dot makes the intrigue rock. I noticed a new coauthor and can tell a difference with his contribution.
Serenity #1 - A great read. A well written, action packed suspense story that draws you in and doesn't let go until you've finished the book. The characters range from likeable to despicable, all believable and make you respond to them.
Serenity Stalked #2 - Fast paced but a cliffhanger. A well written suspense, darker than Serenity, heavy with vulgar language. The plot and characters keep you reading until the end. Rather short in length and a cliffhanger ending, although this subject of this story is complete. In the Serenity series, the author has some real doozies for villains for the main characters to fight.
Serenity Avenged #3 - Dark but complete. A well written, but dark, suspense that grabs you and doesn't let go. Surprisingly light with the vulgar language, Serenity Stalked had too much, but contained the darkness found in the short stories of The Girl Who Read Hemingway. If you like one of these books, you'll like the other. The darkness was not graphic. Although picks up where S. Stalked ended, this novel has closure.
Serenity Submerged #4 - Fast paced story. Another well written, action packed suspense story that keeps you reading until the story ends, which was all too soon. The characters are believable and real, and the twisting plot is riveting. I haven't been disappointed with any of the author's books that I've read so far.
I contacted the author to review his books after reading the first two books of the Serenity Series.
All this could lead to a very heavy handed parody of the spy genre, but instead it provides a very exciting storyline, but told with tongue slightly, but firmly in cheek making this a fun read as well. If I do have a criticism it's that the books aren't longer so that I'd have more time to enjoy them!
I received a complimentary advance copy of the book from the author, but I have voluntarily written this honest review based solely on my own opinions.
While travelling from the airport to Istanbul Perry receives a phone call from J Carlton Moore aka The Big Cheese who tells him to get back to New York when he refuses Moore fires him. Moore then phones Burke and orders a code Grey which means he has to kill his friend not only that Burkes on off girlfriend Lyndsey Archer is Halls best friend.
So now Perry is in Istanbul he’s working alone no support from Spyco and his two best friends are on his tail. Will he find Flick and kill him before Burke and Archer kill Perry?
Another brilliant book from Craig and Scott. Love the Assignments they’re full of action suspense there’s twists and turns galore everything that makes a good book great.
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