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  • Together Again

    The Cyprus Coverup is the twelfth book in the Justin Hall series. My other favorite agent Carrie is back working with Justin in this installment. There is violence. The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat all of that info here. This is a well crafted thriller. The author did a good job of keeping a steady pace throughout the book to keep this reader interested. It kept me guessing what twists and turns would be revealed in the pages ahead. As usual, nothing is quite as it seems on the surface. I really enjoyed this book and had a hard time putting it down. I intend to keep on reading more about Justin Hall when the next book is published. I received a copy of this book from the author and chose to leave a review for other readers.

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  • An Awesome, Complex Story Full of Great Characters

    This book features fast paced action, a tight twisting plot and characters that leap off the page - actually the same could be said of any of Ethan Jones spy thrillers. This time Justin Hall is contacted by a former Russian spy who everyone thinks has turned. In fact, Hall was close to catching her at the end of the previous book. It isn’t necessary to have read that book actually as this one works perfectly well without. Everything is explained here. The author works hard to make sure his books work as ‘standalones’ but have threads running throughout them all. Justin and co. are forced to work with Mossad agents but can they be relied upon? When the Intel points back to a middle eastern prince Justin is forced into some life threatening situations. Bad for him, great for the reader as we get some of Ethan Jones' exciting action scenes to enjoy. This is another first class story and a great addition to this awesome series.

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