The Guardian's Deceit
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Vincent Smith is keeping secrets.

He isn’t actually a smalltown math teacher.

Despite what the people in town think, he also isn’t known as Vincent anymore. At least not in his real life.

In that life, he’s Vector. In that life, he carries a gun.

And the rebellious sixteen-year-old orphan in his class…? Well, she has a secret of her own. A big one. One she doesn’t even know.

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Published November 30th 2011 by Smashwords
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Rachel Cotterill
I've really enjoyed Patrick Reinken's previous work, so I started reading The Guardian's Deceit with high expectations, and I wasn't disappointed.

From the very first chapter, and the way that he reacts to finding three people shot dead in the side room of his local church, it's clear that Vector is no ordinary maths teacher. In fact, he was sent to Long Prairie by the Secret Service, specifically to guard the young woman who has just been abducted. He heads back to Washington DC to report, but w...more
Gale Jake
Started out with an interesting plot but became plodding fairly quickly. The sub plots were very loosely connected and stretched thin in trying to bring them together. The events were too unrealistic and convoluted to keep suspense intact, escape became predictable after a few seemingly near- ending events. The character Vector was initially colorful, undercover as a math teacher, an interesting incognito Secret Service agent with a myriad of talents. Most other players did not have much depth....more
Joan
I didn't want it to end!
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Jan 26, 2012 Patrick Reinken rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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