Tag Archives: Robert Ludlum

Matt Cook’s Sabotage: Worldwide Terror (Book Review)

In Matt Cook’s debut thriller, he weaves three seemingly disparate stories together into an entertaining tale that appeals to fans of Ian Fleming’s James Bond, Alias, and The Last Ship. In one vein of the story, a prisoner named Ragnar is explosively … Continue reading

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David Wellington’s Hydra Protocol: Spy With A Soul (Book Review)

Jim Chapel gave one of his arms to defend the United States as a Ranger, but after losing his almost-fiancee’s love because of his work, he finds himself realizing that the only thing he has left is the job itself. … Continue reading

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