Posts tagged ‘FBI’

Book review: Enigma

Enigma

Enigma

This is the 21st book in the series, so it was about time I tried. However, I didn’t feel lost in Enigma, even though I did not read the previous books. There’s a lot going on here for FBI agents Dillon and Sherlock.

 

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Book review: The Sorbonne Affair

The Sorbonne Affair:
Hugo Marston #7

The Sorbonne Affair

Author: Mark Pryor
Publisher: Seventh Street Books
Publication: Aug 22, 2017
Pages: 287
ISBN: 978-1-63388-261-4
paperback, also available as ebook
Genre: Mystery

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Following Hugo Marston in his investigations around Père Lachaise Cemetery, around the booksellers along La Seine, and in the Paris American Library has been a thrill. Now it is a treat to see him at work in a plush hotel in The Sorbonne Affair.
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Book review: Remnants

remnants

Remnants

(Brandon Fisher FBI Series #6)

Book Title: REMNANTS

Author: Carolyn Arnold

Series: Brandon Fisher FBI series, Book 6

Publication Date: 4/11/2017
by: Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc.

ISBN (e-book): 978-1-988353-49-4

ISBN (paperback): 978-1-988353-50-0

ISBN (hardcover): 978-1-988353-51-7

ASIN: B01MUAA8JL

260 pages

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As many book bloggers, I receive a lot of offers of books every week. The synopsis of Remnants sounded very promising, so I succumbed and said yes. It was actually quite well done and I’m glad to talk about it today.
NB for authors and publishers: work hard on your synopsis!
I noticed that Carolyne Arnold’s Marketing & Sales Director, her own husband, provides even three different size synopses to the reviewers. Well done!

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