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The Morning Star (Shadow of the Templar, #1) - M. Chandler
The Morning Star (Shadow of the Templar, #1)
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4.00 65
Format: ebook
ASIN: 10816527
Publisher: Lulu.com
Pages no: 138
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elizabetta rated it
5.0 The Morning Star (Shadow of the Templar, #1)
This is excellent and fun stuff. At times it reads like a 60’s era crime thriller with cool, urbane protagonists spouting sharp, witty dialogue, but the hi-tech gadgetry snaps you right back to present day. Here, a crack team of FBI agents work to undermine a madman’s nefarious plan to launch a dead...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it
2.5 starsI might be the minority in a number of good reviews around here. But fun/entertainment is a personal thing and on that note, I have to say that this book failed to entertain me. I didn't find it fun. The extra 0.5 stars was for the short-lived entertainment and the fade-to-black sex scene:C...
SheReadsALot...seriously. rated it
This was a first time foray into the deviously funny mind of M. Chandler. It won't be my last. The action's high, the sexual tension high (unfortunately smut fans, it's not taken care of within the book - mere kisses, flirting and minor groping involved) but the story is reminiscent of [b:Cut & Run|...
karlakolumna rated it
I really do like this book a lot. 4.5 stars.You just have to love the banter between the FBI team members as well as between Jeremy Archer - internationally wanted master thief - and Simon Drake aka Templar - FBI agent (and team boss).As someone said before, the story has similarities to the TV Seri...
Nikyta *Miss Forgetful*
Nikyta *Miss Forgetful* rated it
I loved this book. It was a fast read for me. There's funny banter and bickering throughout the whole story. If it's not Simon and his team shooting the shit, it's Jeremy and Simon going back and forth. To me, it was a non-stop funny read. Just their names were hilarious to me. Specs, Specs Two, Spr...
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