Action-packed from page one, Hidden Order demonstrates yet again why Brad Thor is the "master of thrillers."A string of high-profile kidnappings has Washington, D.C. in a frenzy. When the victims begin turning up dead, frenzy turns to panic. And when the ransom demand is finally made public,... show more
Action-packed from page one, Hidden Order demonstrates yet again why Brad Thor is the "master of thrillers."A string of high-profile kidnappings has Washington, D.C. in a frenzy. When the victims begin turning up dead, frenzy turns to panic. And when the ransom demand is finally made public, panic will turn to terror. In Brad Thor’s riveting new thriller, the stakes have never been higher, nor the lines between good and evil so hard to discern.
Publish date: July 9th 2013
Publisher: Atria/Emily Bestler
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Scot Harvath (#12)
Thor has written a novel that takes Scot Harvath a little off the beaten path from international terrorism expert to something a little closer to home as he ends up more in the role of police detective to solve and/or prevent the murder of candidates for the head of the Federal Reserve. The back st...
Well, this most certainly would've gotten a higher rating if I haven't read Forsyth's The Kill List first. After reading that one, the pacing in Mr. Thor's novel was a lot slower, some information and although I appreciated the suspense plot (though somewhat similar at the beginning to The Kill List...
Just my luck to discover this very talented author by reading his twelfth novel. Why can't I start at the first one so I can watch the character development. I.m sure the author feels the same.Enough of my ranting. This book was a surprise. I really felt drawn into the story and character from t...
I was in the mood recently for something sort of Jack Bauer-ish/Jason Bourne-esque (or is it "Jack Bauer-esque/Jason Bourne-ish?"), some kind of military/espionage/thriller deal, along that vein. I was vaguely aware of Brad Thor and his Scot Harvath series, but never had a real interest to check it ...
good solid 4 stars, good action, and a really good plot. Seems like a farewell novel for Harveth though.