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Plenty of hold your breath moments!
on 8 December 2017
Wow, up another notch for this Sam Dyke thriller.
This one not in first person this time, nevertheless just as exciting and nail biting as the previous 2 books. Attention to detail and mannerisms of characters, makes it easy to picture exactly what's going on, but not where it's going, ultimately adding to the intrigue and compulsion to keep reading, when you should be sleeping.
The key to this story is a diary, written during the second world war, in an unknown language and belonging to Chantal Bressette, whose grandfather was the author. Chantal wants it translated, which sends everything spiralling out of control. Sam happens to be in the same place at the same time, and saves her life, both their lives are now in great danger........but why?
It seems some people will go to extreme lengths to get hold of this diary, even cold blooded murder. Murderers who are ex-forces and even protected by shadowy government ministers. Lots of mind searching questions, twists and turns and nail biting throughout this great storyline, exciting in its entirety!
On to book 4!!!