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The Loch Ness Legacy by [Morrison, Boyd]
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4.2 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews

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[The Roswell Conspiracy is] a tense and heart stopping thriller...the action never lets up. (James Becker, bestselling author of The Nosferatu Scroll)

As thrilling as it is smart, The Roswell Conspiracy is a full throttle adventure from first shot to final word. Just check your gun and parachute, take a deep breath and jump in to a whole world of history, deception and thrills. This is fast, fun and fascinating thriller writing at its most original. (Sam Christer, bestselling author of The Stonehenge Legacy)

Morrison's novel is a very contemporary take on this murky affair that is both intriguing and a rip-roaring thriller in its own right. (CHOICE magazine on The Roswell Conspiracy)

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The action-packed new thriller from the internationally bestselling author of The Noah's Ark Quest.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1045 KB
  • Print Length: 449 pages
  • Publisher: Sphere (1 July 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ABLJ6E4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 53 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #79,673 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have read all Boyd Morrison's books to date and so far have not been disappointed at all. It is a fast paced adventure story. As I live near Edinburgh I was curious to see how he would describe it. He was spot on even to the point of the difficulty of parking in modern Edinburgh! I enjoyed reading this book and would recommend it to anyone who likes thrillers and wants an interesting, intelligent read.
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Wow, Boyd Morrison has a sense of humour! This changes Da Vinci and Jesus for the Loch Ness Monster and the Nazis. In doing so, it delivers a note perfect parody of the whole Dan Brown phenomenon that a satirist like Peter Cook or maybe even John Sessions would feel nothing but pride about.

The preposterous story is fascinating, fun reading because of the outstanding written style - the author is clearly far more talented than the premise of the story would suggest, and it is to his credit that he treated writing the novel with respect rather than contempt.

Good, silly fun.
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Tyler Locke and Grant Westfield return in Boyd Morrison's fourth thriller in the series, and the story cracks along at a breathless pace! If you don't know about Boyd Morrison but enjoy Clive Cussler novels then believe me, you will like his work.
Tyler Locke is a great hero who seems to attract trouble. The baddies are larger than life and test Tyler's resources to the full, and the plots would not be out of place in a James Bond adventure.
I love these books!
This book starts in Paris, continues in the US and concludes in the Scottish Highlands, visiting London and Versailles along the way. The plot is 'a bit far fetched' as my Dad would say, but who cares?! It's a rollicking good read!
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I bought this as a holiday read to bin once I had finished it. In that regard it served it's purpose as it was 400 pages that allowed me to switch off my brain. Whilst there appears to have been a fair amount of research in the book detail, the story becomes more and more ridiculous as the book enters the last 100 pages or so. Nonsensical plot, two dimensional characters and a typical happy ending are making me reconsider reading his other book that I bought.
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I first stumbled upon Mr Morrison's work two years ago. I had never heard of the writer before or the book in question. It was the first of the Tyler Locke adventures. I enjoyed that book immensely. Ever since I have purchased his books. In my opinion you know they're going to be good.
The Loch Ness Legacy is no exception. When I first saw the title, I was a bit apprehensive. As I come from Scotland I thought it might be under researched and full of errors and follow the same old cliches of other books that have been set in Scotland;and to be honest not that good. But it is a page turner and Morrison doesn't disappoint. If you enjoy action/adventure/thriller books, you will love this one..without doubt
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This is an annoying book - the story tears along at breakneck speed throwing plausibility to the winds! Half way through I felt I could not go on, but curiosity prevailed as I wanted to find out how the author was going to get his characters out of the peril he had got them into. I need time to recover before I try anything else by the same author.
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A gripping fast-paced adventure, with plenty of intrigue, technology and danger, and with a dash of humour throughout. It had me hooked right from the start.

Boyd Morrison's books are always intelligent and exciting, and this one's no different - perhaps even his best yet.
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When Tyler Locke foils an attack on a summit of Middle Eastern leaders at the Eiffel Tower he suspects there is more going on than meets the eye. He is soon proved correct as delegates at the summit start to die of a mysterious disease and an old enemy breaks out of prison bent on revenge. In a race for survival Locke and his friends must find out the truth and prevent all out war.

This book immediately gripped me. I have picked up many adventure thriller type books from many authors and few have impressed me. However Boyd Morrison manages to avoid the usual pitfalls. His characters are likeable and share realistic dialogue and act according to their motivations - even the main villain who is just ever so slightly over the top but still manages to be realistic as a character.

The action scenes - and there are plenty featuring more chases and fight scenes than a whole franchise of movies - are extremely well handled. People tire during fight scenes, nobody is a crack shot with a gun, injuries are realistic.

The plot cracks along as Locke and his team uncover the secrets one at a time. There are clues to solve and the whole time they are racing to beat the terrorists who always seem to be one step ahead.

I feel I must make special mention of the dialogue of the English and Scottish characters. A lot of American authors tend to assume everyone in the UK is either a 'cor blimey guv'nor' cockney or an 'I say old chap' aristocrat and so to my ears the dialogue always sounds phoney. Morrison does not fall into this trap and that really did enhance the immersion in the story.

Yes ultimately this is a hunt for the Loch Ness Monster but really that's just a McGuffin to drive the plot, and an ingenious one at that.
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