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    What if Black Widow joined the cast of "24"?

    Absinthe and chocolate starts with a shot (of absinthe, that is) and doesn't let up as intrigue leads the characters from Geneva to the Iraq to New York City to Moscow. In addition to the welcome return of familiar characters from 'Jon's Trilogy' and 'Sean's Cycle', Sean Ritter and General McAllen's intelligence apparatus, we meet a new super-duper secret agent, Rebecca Hildebrand Boone, a fiery red-headed secret agent who has the martial arts skills of Black Widow crossed with the suave manner of James Bond. While there are no 'superheroes' here, this book deals with the purely realistic machinations of the global intelligence commuity, this book kept me turning pages and I read it in a single day (warning, don't start this book right before bedtime!!!).

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