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Rough Justice (Sean Dillon Series, Book 15) by [Higgins, Jack]
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Rough Justice (Sean Dillon Series, Book 15) Kindle Edition

4.3 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews
Book 15 of 22 in Sean Dillon Series (22 Book Series)

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‘Open a Jack Higgins novel and you’ll encounter a master craftsman at the peak of his powers…first-rate tales of intrigue, suspense and full-on action’ Sunday Express

‘Higgins is a master of his craft’ Daily Telegraph

‘A thriller writer in a class of his own’ Financial Times

‘The master craftsman of good, clean adventure’
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‘Open a Jack Higgins novel and you’ll encounter a master craftsman at the peak of his powers…first-rate tales of intrigue, suspense and full-on action’ Sunday Express

‘Higgins is a master of his craft’ Daily Telegraph

‘A thriller writer in a class of his own’ Financial Times

‘The master craftsman of good, clean adventure’
Daily Mail


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1433 KB
  • Print Length: 432 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins (4 Sept. 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002RI93P6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,021 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Two stars but his best book in some time. How Jack Higgins has fallen from the heights of his great war/adventure/thriller novels such as 'The Eagle has Landed','Confessional' and 'Night of the Fox'.But to be fair to Mr Higgins at the age of 78 and with a reported 60 million in the bank(Times Rich List)he has been pretty busy.'Rough Justice' comes hot on the heels of 'The Killing Ground' published just 8 months ago and is one of the longest books he has written.The good points are that Dillon does not dominate, what a boring one dimensional character he has become, and the pace and action are as ever fast and furious.The story isnt bad but if I was former President Putin I would be suing for defamation of character. Higgins has a serious dislike for Putin and the Russians and even links him to Bin Laden.Higgins also persists to keep the US President in office for what must be his 11th year. He never names the current Prime Minister, though he is obviously a conservative. He writes dreadful dialogue.Bad guys are killed and sent to the crematorium within minutes as in all the Dillon novels.......and yet I still quite enjoyed it, because at the end of the day it is pure fiction. I prefer the intellegence of Le Carre or Seymour but for a fast action packed read Higgins still has the style that makes you turn the pages faster and faster as the story unfolds.
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I've been reading this series lately and although I enjoy them and like the characters inspite of their flaws (or maybe Because of them) I do find that reading them one after the other they do tend to melt in to one and I sometimes think Jack Higgins is releasing one or two really really good books a couple of chapters at a time. The same descriptions of clothes and various bars appear with monotonous regularity and even some of the villains are in several books on the trot. Maybe i just need to read something else in between a couple of them!! For all that they are good yarns and I always enjoy them.
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Jack Higgins and his Hero Sean Dillon at their very best. As always Higgins puts enough information about his characters into each book, you can pick up any Sean Dillon story with no need to read the preceding ones. There are also references to Sean's previous escapades so should you be reading them in order, as l am, you will be reminded of the previous tales and adventures. I highly recommend this series.
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sometimes the characters are a bit over the top however the plot runs on smoothly and as usual Jack Higgins makes the characters come to life on the page .I have found all higgins books easy reading,in addition his Sean Dillon series are always packed with action, sometimes a bit predictable but nontheless always an enjoyable read.
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By Donald Mitchell HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Nov. 2008
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If you like thrillers that feature Sean Dillon, you won't like this book as much as I did. Sean doesn't have a very large role.

If you like Sean Dillon as the unrepentant avenger, you won't like this book as much as I did. Sean shows a vulnerable side.

If you feel that the Sean Dillon books need some interesting new characters, you'll feel like Rough Justice provides a badly needed breath of fresh air.

If you wish that Jack Higgins would stop matching his avengers against the same bad guys, you'll be disappointed that Higgins goes over a lot of old ground in Rough Justice.

So what's it all about?

President Jake Cazelet's point man, Blake Johnson, is back early from Kosovo to report that the Russians are stirring the pot. He also tells a provocative tale about running into a British MP, Major Harry Miller, there who shot and killed Russian Captain Igor Zorin after Zorin molested a young woman. Cazelet tells Charles Ferguson, the PM's point man, that he should get to know Miller. Ferguson is intrigued and the two team up . . . with significant consequences.

Zorin is well connected in Russia and President Putin is alerted to his death. Although it's best to bury the incident, Putin doesn't like the interference with his plans to extend Russian influence.

From there, we learn a lot about Miller who has been an undercover agent for many years, beginning in Northern Ireland. In fighting skills, he's a lot like Dillon . . . but there the similarities end. Miller is married to a famous actress who doesn't know what he really does for a living. She expects him to attend nightly performances which he does his best to sandwich in between sanctions. As Miller's activities for Ferguson increase, the marriage's roots are shaken.
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Very well written, it's as if your @ the heart of all the problem's, Sean Dillon find's in. Year's ago, when I was a lot younger I used to
enjoy, Jack Higgins, writing about him, working as an enforcer, only now, he's doing it legally, by working for the British government.
D. S. JonesRough
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Not the best of thrillers but a fair enough read Not as sophisticated as some modern thrillers. A team of killers working for the prime minister but outside any establish secret service. They administer rough justice beyond the law. Thrilling but not one thinks realistic.
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