Publish date: March 30th 2004
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Troubleshooters (#7)
Kazbekistan has been hit by an earthquake and the powers that be of the country are finally letting in the West in the form of relief workers. A perfect cover for a small team of the newly founded Troubleshooters Inc. to get in and get out with a precious cargo in the form of a terrorist's laptop. B...
It's always hard making a jump to "new" Troubleshooter characters, but Nash et al were worth it. Interesting getting some "behind enemy lines" tradecraft.
3.75 starsthere was something missing from this story. I don't know what it was, I did enjoy it but it was lacking substance
What can I saw about the book 7 of the Troubleshooters series... hmmmm... Well, first off, there's always about a third of the book where I'm just agitated. It's the recipe for the series to have one character fighting his/her attraction to the other. Someday I'm going to write a romance novel whe...
Jimmy Nash has worked in a secret organization, the "Agency" where he has worked with his closest friend Decker. Nash and Decker both resign from the Agency, and Nash drops off of the map. But is then brought into a mission by Decker, a very dangerous yet a mission that is vital, and where one of th...
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