Another action thriller from Andy McNab. Cold Blood precedes the other two in the series which I have read.
An easy read with all the usual hardcore exploits expected from a fictional Special Forces operative.
Fast moving, action packed, almost believeable.
Another book by an ex Special Forces author. Well written and not too over the top. A light read for those who enjoy the genre.
A not to be believed pre-war thriller set aboard the Titanic.
Predictably both the hero and heroine make it through to the end of the book a bit battered and bruised, to complete the happy ending.
One in a series. Factual fiction set in third century Rome.
Interesting and an enjoyable read.
A not entirely believable special forces action thriller
But credible enough to pass as an easy read. A book for a long journey.
A light easy read
An action thriller that is mostly believable whilst being far from likely. Written by someone who has had personal Special Forces experience.
Not a particularly good book. Nor is it that well written. But I enjoyed reading it all the same.
Looks like it is part of a series and it gets a bit gory at times. But it is an easy light read. The writer is a good story teller. Set in fourteenth century London it is supposed to have some historical significance which may or may not be particularly accurate.
Ruin Beach by Kate Rhodes is your stock standard, run of the mill ‘who dunnit’ crime novel.
A story set in a small island community, to pass the time by.
This was one of the few books I have enjoyed reading recently. It is crime thriller and an easy captivating read.
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