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The Watchmen (Cowley and Danilov #3)

3.65 of 5 stars 3.65  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Only a miracle-and faulty workmanship-prevents a germ-packed warhead from exploding when a terrorist missile slams into the United Nations building in New York. The lettering on the side of the rocket is Russian, which presents the West with its worst nightmare: a direct link between a fanatical U. S. terrorist group and Russian gangsters with access to the germ warfare ar ...more
ebook, 448 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Thomas Dunne Books (first published March 6th 2002)
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Notes-review “The Watchmen” Brian Freemantle 7/15/14

A high suspense conspiracy novel with a great deal of intricate actions by a large cast of characters divided between the good guys attempting to find and corral a large cast of bad guys who must first be identified and have their actions predicted.

The threat posed here is one paralleling the 9/11 type of international terrorist attack where as much damage as possible will be specifically directed at high value high visibility targets, in this
This story encompasses a many tiered investigation, both in the U.S. and Russia, after a series of terrorist attacks. The first pairing of these two characters, one an F.B.I. agent and the other a Russian Investigator, was a five star novel. The second pairing was a four star review. And now, third novel into the series and we have a three star review. With some thrillers they get so darn detailed with a large cast of characters that the author includes a list of the various players either at th ...more
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