Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Book Review: High Hand By Curtis James
Title: High Hand
Author: Curtis J. James
Stars: 5 out of 5
I love political\spy thrillers. From first to last page will have the readers wondering more about the geopoliticals around the world. What the readers knows, what they think they know and honestly how we do not know anything. The suspense and unexpected twist will keep the reader hooked. The authors created an amazing story that almost seem plausible.
The characters are well created and you knew what they would do without question. Each one bring the story to its amazing ending that has readers wanting more.
This story is a perfect blend of the questions, answers, suspense and roller coaster ride readers will not want to leave.
Is there a connection between a bomb blast meant to kill the presumptive Republican presidential nominee and a group of prominent men who played poker in Moscow years ago? What is Operation Long Shadow, and what does it have to do with the xWave--a new high-tech device that can receive and transmit data via brain waves? Frank Adams must discover why he and his former poker buddies are being targeted for assassination and finds a surprising ally in his ex-wife, Lisa Hawkes, a brilliant Russian linguist and CIA covert agent, to learn the truth in this international thriller.
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