Kirja kärsii lisäksi pökerryttävän surkeasta suomennoksesta. A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. This is again like the first Liam Devlin book a fast passed thriller, with any number of twists and turns in the plot. I found myself setting the book aside to do other things. This involves fun stuff like the Corsican mafia, and much more. His next mission might be his deadliest, as Barry plans to steal a state-of-the-art missile and sell it to the highest bidder.
The third phase of Patterson's career began with the publication of in 1992, a fictionalised retelling of an unsuccessful mortar attack on Prime Minister by a ruthless young Irish gunman-philosopher named , hired by an millionaire. The plot is not too complicated but tries My usual light reading brought me in close contact with Jack Higgins. It just never really pulled me into the story. As it was a pretty popular genre among writers, I will have to rate it a 1 at originality. Conta la tua capacità di ispirare sicurezza, affascinare il tuo interlocutore e convincerlo con le argomentazioni più adatte. Early 80's thriller, nice mix of villains and good guys! Accentrato intorno all'imponente personaggio del principe Fabrizio Salina, il romanzo offre un'immagine del clima di disincanto e di speranze deluse che seguì l'unificazione nazionale. All in all, my final rating for the novel is 2.
Esagerata, come sempre, ha cancellato ogni traccia. Higgins followed The Eagle Has Landed with a series of thrillers, including several , , featuring return appearances by Devlin. By the author of The Eagle has Landed , and A Prayer for the Dying. But for some reason it was exceedingly tedious to get through - might be that I just was not in the right mind space though I have been enjoying 's novellas and the past few weeks so this should have been right up there. So overall, not a bad read by any means. Chiunque può realizzarlo, senza essere buddhista né fare pellegrinaggi in Oriente.
The book centers around three men. Higgins writes in a terse, succinct style. And unfortunately, that includes what will become of the primary female character. I was not too convinced of it and this is why I will give it a 3. Devlin wants Brosnan out of jail and Barry's trail, and he'll use everything in his power to do so. He taught Liberal Studies at and Education at James Graham College, which became part of Leeds Polytechnic in 1976.
Jack Higgins is the pseudonym of Harry Patterson b. When Barry attempts to assassinate the British Foreign Secretary during a visit to France the Prime Minister decides he must be dealt with, once and for all. No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket if applicable included for hard covers. Lopun tapaaminen Iso-Britannian pääministerin kanssa oli piristävä yksityiskohta. Regarding the form, the most important thing is that the author tries to avoid excessive stereotypes. Not because the book was bad or too challenging or anything.
His next mission might be his deadliest, as Barry plans to steal a state-of-the-art missile and sell it to the highest bidder. But this, oddly enough, is pretty much the only real negative I've got. Liam Devlin series - Liam Devlin is now semi-retired, working as a professor of English Literature at Trinity College in Dublin. This part itself turned out to be a thrilling and gripping part. This particular novel is a spy thriller set in the late 70s Europe, in the middle of Cold War. His quiet life is disrupted when British intelligence kidnaps him and forces him into a plot to assassinate Barry. Not because the book was bad or too challenging or anything.
Now about the premise, as in line with the genre requirements, this is on the usual good versus bad fight. It has all the necessary elements to make up a great thrilling story like for which I really want to like it and give it more stars. May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. It reminded me of other Higgins books which have similar voice and plots. The next step is to get Brosnan out of a French island prison.
After a rather strange Vietnam War-set prologue involving the rescue of a lovely French photographer by an immensely skilled special forces solider, the story shifts to the sometime around 1980 or so. I was somewhat disappointed in this outing. Then the chase followed and the target was eliminated, but by this time there was still about 10% of the book left, so I was wondering what next and was really pleased to see what comes up next which I am not going to tell as I do not want to reveal the climax. To add glamour and love interest, a beautiful and courageous young French photojournalist gets involved as well as all sides come together in a spectacular series of collisions. All in all, if you like Higgins, you'll probably like this.