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  • Lots of action, bloodshed and fight scenes.

    “Paris” by Ty Patterson is the fifth Cutter Grogan book. Cutter’s Afghani friend is murdered in Paris after requesting Cutter contact her with secret important information. Cutter, of course, is furious at her death and more furious when he discovers her family has been murdered in Afghanistan. This thriller has all the action, bloodshed and fight scenes with which Ty Patterson is adept. With Ty’s writing, you can picture yourself witnessing Cutter’s magnificent feats of defence and offence. The story includes Cutter’s friends from America, Peyton Quindica (FBI) and Gina Difiore (NYPD Detective), and an old friend from France, Etienne Dupuy, prevote of the Police Prefecture of Paris. He made a new friend, Lucie Zoegel, an older woman from the French SAC. As well as that, he obtained valuable information from Zeb Carter’s team, including the twins who helped him with electronics and controlling Paris hotel security systems and with Warner, the supercomputer. The story commenced with Cutter being targeted by assassins, which he naturally defeats. A retired Army general, dishonourably discharged, was the leader of a group of drug smugglers and part of this group had members of a Pakistani terrorist group who were extremely violent. There were lots of twists and turns but Cutter eventually outsmarted the villains with no loss of life of his friends. I would recommend that people who haven’t read the former Cutter Grogan’s books should do so before reading this one to recognize Cutter’s methods of attack and to really appreciate this book. I cannot wait until the next Cutter Grogan book.

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