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  • Canadian spy agency’s Mr. Fix It

    An action-filled series with plenty of intrigue, suspense, betrayals, shifting alliances and split-second decisions. The locations and people and local customs are so well described you feel as though you are there with Javin and Claudia. Get a glimpse into the fictionalized Canadian Intelligence Service as they strive to keep us safe in these three page turners.

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  • Clean and Captivating Spy Thriller Series

    My husband loves this entire spy thriller series because he finds the characters captivating, the story-lines full of twist and turns, and the action never-ending. If you want something clean to read that is full of action, you will certainly enjoy all books written by Ethan Jones.

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  • Excellent Action Filled Spy Thrillers.

    Ethan Jones has earned himself a reputation for writing exciting spy thrillers crammed full of action and suspense. This set contains three great examples of his best writing. Each book is a standalone thriller but there is an arc that spreads through them all so having them all together is excellent. The Corrector is the first book of the series and it hits the ground running with covert ops, double dealing, double crosses, international settings, complex political situations and, of course, the absolutely first class action scenes. The story follows Javin Pierce as he travels through several different countries dealing with various challenges but rest assured this guy is up to the task. This book is exactly what I’d hoped it would be, a fast paced action and espionage filled thrill ride that flies by. Betrayal is another awesome book with twists and turns along the way before a hugely entertaining finale. That’s as close to a spoiler as I’m willing to get. Javin Pierce is one of those characters that you instantly root for and with the author dropping him into such entertaining situations this is a must read. Closure benefits from the build up from the previous two of the series, particularly Betrayal. Javin Pierce is alone in a hostile country without backup from his agency. He won’t let that stop his quest for justice though. His partner in the CIS, Claudia Aquarone, is in the hands of a hostile enemy agency but she, of course, won’t let that hold her back from helping her friend. How they deal with these immediate situations would be enough to fill a novel but Ethan Jones gives his readers so much more than just that. Overall these are all fun, action filled thrill rides that I highly recommend.

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  • A tense thriller with solid endings

    I've already written a review of Book 1 of the Corrector series. The following review is for books 2 and 3 of the boxed set that I bought during a Christmas sale Betrayal, lies, double crosses, alliances contra naturum, puzzles and that's just the first chapter in Book 2. Javin and Claudia are ostensibly sent on a mission to find out where some dangerous Al Qu'ida terorists who disappeared after a prisoner swap but the mission is thwarted each time. As Javin and Claudia try to unravel the mystery, they're forced to make alliances against nature. Each step they take reveals more and more shocking news until the climax which shocks Javin. He must thwart an assassination plot while planning how to get justice for past events that could threaten his country's relations with countries in the region as well as personal event. In the end, Javin and Claudia succeed but at a very high cost. Book 3 segues immediately from the aftermath. Javin on the run and declared persona non grata by his agency he plans and plots how to get the justice that was denied him in Book 2. He allies himself with people and agency that underscore the extremely high stakes and no return. Again with his partner Claudia and the temporary allies, they succeed but the cost is still high. Book 4 continues the consequences of their actions. The authour has really hit his stride with the Javain series. The characters are believable with realistic and rational motives for their decisions. The tension and the high stakes make the series a great thriller. The boxed set is well worth spending your beer money on and the books make great page turners with solid endings. I also liked the episodic arcs which allow the readers to see Javin's evolution and root for him that he stay true without succumbing to becoming a rogue. Highly recommended

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  • Action

    A good read for an action novel. Passes the time well. Definitely a spy thriller.

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