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Killing Faith (A Gabriel De Sade Thriller Book 1) by [Meyer, Eric]
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3.1 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
Book 1 of 4 in A Gabriel De Sade Thriller (4 Book Series)
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 624 KB
  • Print Length: 197 pages
  • Publisher: Swordworks (12 Dec. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007EHUDCM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #91,504 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Even for light reading this is poor. For example bad guys with the toughness of a chocolate tea pot, felled by the hero with a simple chop to the neck. Bad guys who so lack ruthlessness that the miss a million chances to just kill the hero. If organised crime is so easy and the master criminals so weak, stupid how did they ever rise to the top? This was appalling even for a cheapo!
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A billionaire Russian oligarch and mobster boss with a penchant for dismembering ladies is at large on the streets of New York City.NYPD Detective Gabriel de Sade, a decorated Delta Force veteran with service in Iraq and Afghanistan is leading the chase. Along with FBI Special Agent Faith Ward, this takes them to Moscow where they learn that their target is arranging the sale of a nuclear warhead to Islamic terrorists. It is the ultimate 'Black Ops' story where race against time begins and sees their lives in danger as they bring down their target's business operations as they attempt to flush him out. My one disappointment with this story was what seemed a missed opportunity to analyse a conflict of conscience when a Defence Attorney's husband is murdered on the orders of a man she is well paid to defend. Maybe this will be a storyline for a subsequent novel?

Either way, I can recommend this one to anyone who enjoys a good nail biter!
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I loved this book & had to keep reading to find out what happened next. I never read this sort of book,I prefer comedy or romance but I thought I would try this book & I will definitely be reading the rest,I've already read the next one & I've found another two. If you want a book you can get engrossed in then this is definitely the book to get.
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I very rarely give up on a book, but sometimes you decide that life is just too short to keep ploughing through something that you're not enjoying! The continuous references back to his time in Afghanistan are annoying, they remind me of being stuck at a dinnner table with Mr boring, who insists on harping back to a previous time in his life....'when I was in Afghanistan.....', that type of thing!
The plot is inconcievable....I've given up based on the fact that the main character, a NY cop, is flying off to Moscow with a porsche driving female FBI agent, to apprehend some guy they think commits gruesome murders, based on no evidence whatsoever other than the fact he's Russian Orthadox, oh, and all after a personal request from Mr President...pleeeeeaaase!
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I thought this book was an excellent read. The only thing I didn't like about it was the constant references and flashbacks to the time in Afghanistan although it was relevant as the detective had served time there, but that part got boring and I skipped the few paragraphs where this happened.

Other to that I really enjoyed the book and will certainly look for the next one.
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Fortunately this was free. I'm glad I didn't pay anything for it. It's poorly written and full of stereotypes and comes across as very dated. It would have made a good mid afternoon detective show in the 70's.

The principal character is a tough, uncompromising cop who doesn't play by the rules, he served in Afghanistan and "has seen things you couldn't even imagine". If this was set in the 1970's or 80's he would have served in 'Nam. His partner is the "good cop" in the bad cop, good cop set up.

They are joined by a Porsche driving FBI agent who "is a real looker" and the "boys in the station" wolf whistle when she walks past.

The story itself isn't bad, but there are better detective/crime books out there.
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The story should be thrilling and enthralling, however the characters are poorly drawn and the central plot relies on a New York detective and an FBI operative setting off to Russia to track down a supposed killer with really nothing more than a hunch at that point, in fact they never seem to have any real evidence he's the killer. There are also a fair few simple errors in the writing has instead o had for example, not serious but irritating. I will not be reading any of the sequels.
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The story in itself was ok, a little unoriginal and farfetched in places but generally acceptable. Although I have to agree with another reviewer and say that in places the flashbacks to Afghanistan were more than a little tedious. However the main reason for this review was that it could have used a good proof read, the book was littered with silly mistakes e.g. 'too' where there should be 'to'. I know it's only small but there were a lot of similar mistakes which really detracted from the story for me.
Overall the book was on the warm side of mediocre, I might give the sequels a chance as others say they are good but I'm glad this was free on the kindle bookstore when I got it.
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