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- Listening Length: 11 hours and 43 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: AudioGO Ltd.
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 23 Mar. 2009
- Language: English
- ASIN: B002SQ1AT4
Witch Hunt: Jack Harvey, Book 1
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The action starts immediately, and the plot, and sub plots, intertwines around several characters all chasing a female assassin. Each plot always seems to have a twist in the tail, and you are kept wondering if the assassin will succeed, who is the target, and will any of the various characters stop her before she achieves her objective.
On the strength of this, I have just bought two other non-Rebus Rankin tapes. I am now looking forward to the next long car journey.
This book I think is a stand alone novel with a great plot of a retired detective brought back to assist in the manhunt for a female assassin in the country for a hit, but who?
The storyline reminds me heavily of Day of the Jackal which happens to be one of my favourite books, so this book gets a big thumbs up from me!
As espionage thrillers go this is quite firmly buried in the general mass of works. A few elements had me thinking 'oh, that's clever' but there was no great mystery and it all ended as it should...
Don't expect too much and you won't be disappointed.
This book has all the elements-people from the old school of spying, to the new electronics whiz kid, with a smattering of re-kindled middle age romance to young international romance; and loads of suspense.
This story is about the search for a chameleon like paid assassin and her unidentified UK target. A number of agents from MI5, it's French counterpart, and Special Branch, must fight to overcome interservice rivalries in order to stop the assassin, without much time to do it. You won't be able to put the book down until the end.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ian Rankin is superb, I was doubtful if this book would hold me as the Rebus books do but it did. Great stuff.Published 6 months ago by Mrs M.D. Gwynne
Gripping and tense novel building to a good climax with complex and interesting characters.Published 8 months ago by 2 Wizlons
Complicated at times but very intriguing with twist and turns and not what you expect.Published 11 months ago by annabel