The only one with any chance of finding Roger is his brother, Nick. A private spy trained in the Special Forces, Nick Heller specializes in digging up secrets that those of influence would rather keep hidden. He and Roger have been estranged for years, ever since a bitter scandal tore their... show more
The only one with any chance of finding Roger is his brother, Nick. A private spy trained in the Special Forces, Nick Heller specializes in digging up secrets that those of influence would rather keep hidden. He and Roger have been estranged for years, ever since a bitter scandal tore their family apart. But Nick will do anything to protect Lauren and his nephew--even if it means taking on the most lethal enemy he's ever faced.Plunged headlong into a desperate chase, Nick begins making shocking discoveries about Roger's life--and his own. As he finds himself embroiled in a very personal, high-stakes investigation, Nick must take on a powerful and deadly conspiracy that will stop at nothing--and spare no one--to protect its secrets...
Publish date: August 18th 2009
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Nick Heller (#1)
Joseph Finder’s Vanished is the first book in the Nick Heller series. Nick Heller is an international investigator working for the high-powered intelligence firm, Stoddard Associates. His current assignment: locate the missing cargo which was part of a shipment belonging to the Traverse Developm...
I lost sleep over this one. Literally. I had to force myself to put this thing down so I could get a little shut-eye. Which wasn't easy. After about 70 pages or so, I realized two things very clearly: I was hooked on this book and was going to have to get the next one in the series very soon. Ne...
Definitely the most suspenseful book I've read in a long while, this is a "must read" if you love action packed thrillers in this genre. I'm very excited to read the next in the series and hope many more will follow.
First Disc: Unexpected humor. I like it. :-)Complex, compelling--somewhat confusing; an excellent thriller. I look forward to the next Nick Heller book. The narrator was excellent too.
Paranoia was prob one of my all time fav books, this was also a very good high tech read