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Another prime character is German born Wolfgang Heller who is a brutal hired killer. He's been hired by a man in prison serving a life sentence, the vengeful, Matteo Lando. How many people have been targeted for death?
Jack Franks, an FBI agent, is the man to warn James Blake that the FBI knows he's been located and his life is at risk. He offers to help James, as he indicates that there are U.S. national security issues involved. The FBI will help him, if he helps them. Yet James does not know how he can help them.
Miles Blake, James' brother, an investigative reporter for a British newspaper, becomes aware of James' dilemma, and wants to help. However, he's been haunted by nightmares for three years because of what torture Julie had gone through by placing her in danger. Miles is not sure if he can right that wrong, but it is his duty as a brother. Would Julie ever trust him again?
There are a few more characters that enrich this fast-paced novel. There are numerous twists and turns in this compelling novel. It is gripping, intense, and captivates the reader to the end. Author Seb Kirby is an outstanding author who knows how to write what I think of as a classic action-packed thriller. I'm looking forward to the next book in the James Blake series.
This is a tense and exciting thriller with settings in London and across the Atlantic. James and Julia are out of contact and each doesn't know if the other is safe or even alive. We meet ruthless hit-men, members of different law enforcement agencies; often we can't tell the good from the bad. There's a heart-stopping chase and a massive explosion and a body in a London hotel. If you enjoyed Take No More you really have to read this one!
REGRET NO MORE (James Blake #2) is the second of the James Blake series. It follows 3 years after James Blake rescued his wife Julia from the clutches of Alfieri And Alessa Lando, ruthless villains who dealt in Arts (whether legit or stolen) and trafficked drugs and every other thing they could trade. Now, Alfieri is dead, Matteo his son is in prison and Alessa Lando has taken up with a Russian Oligarch, for protection and her love of power. The Blakes have new identities and start slowly to rebuild their lives. Julia is seven months pregnant and still not fully recovered from the degradation Alfieri subjected her to, and the drugs he injected her with.
But nothing last forever, and their safety is compromised. A contract of two millions (one million each) is on their heads. James disappears and Julia has to rely on Miles, her brother in law, the unintentional source of her Italian ordeal, for safety. But she finds it hard to forgive him and he finds it hard to shake his guilt.
Corrupt FBI agents, rogue policeman, contract killers, conspiracy, the theft of La Joconde from the Louvre thirty years ago, a letter naming the perpetrators take the Blake brothers in a race against time to save Julia and her unborn child.
Well done Mr Kirby, but please, do not make us wait too long for the third instalment. I do not want to spoil it for those who will read the book but I want to know how a certain person has made it home. Or if....
My recommendation to would be readers is that it is better to read first Take No More - Obviously, the author gives a bit of background story but I think it is not enough. I read Take No More more than a year ago and I know I should have made a quick re-read to fully enjoy Regret No More. My bad, but once I started to read Regret no More, I could not put it down even for a speed read of Take No More. But there were things I had forgotten.
In a nutshell: A wonderful read for those who love intrigue. At a great price too. Give it a try!
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