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    Lots of action with really good characters

    Because of the intense opening chase scene in this book, it took me a while to realize that the main character was a female rather than a male. This might seem like a criticism, but it isn’t. As I said, the opening of the book was so action-packed that I might have missed a nuance or hint because I was reading so fast. Nonetheless, I caught up eventually and realized this is a good book about a retired CIA agent named Lee Carruthers, a female Lee Carruthers. Retired or not, Lee continues to get called for assignments by her handler, Sydney. This time she ends up in Hong Kong. Sydney has asked her to look for a contact that has stopped checking in; an antiques dealer. Lee begins to realize that there is more to the story than she was told and finds that the antiques dealer’s mother was a friend of a lot of people back in the Vietnam War. I say “friend”, but it would be more clear to say it like it is. She, Jenny, sort of slept around. So, who slept with Jenny, Lee’s dad? His buddies? Sydney? Her female friend? Almost everyone? Lee’s not sure if she’s looking for a friend or a half-brother? This was an easy read with good strong characters. There were even a few so well-defined that I had a picture in my mind of what each one looked like. It was vivid, like the chase scene at the beginning of the book. I will say, I thought she sure looked for the contact, Henry Wong, and worried about the Triad an awfully long time in this book. It did seem to slump a little in the middle. But I enjoyed the story and I sure didn’t regret reading it. This is Book 3 in a series titled Lee Carruthers series. All have good reviews. Check them out. ***This book was provided to me free of charge in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are definitely my own.
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