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Martha Bryce
I thought that the story line and sub plots of Break Night were good. Unfortunately, that was really all that I enjoyed. Because the president of the US needs to appear to take a hard line against drugs to bolster his reelection campaign, DEA Special Agent Logan Watson and his new temporary partner, FBI Agent Madison Hayes are thrown together as an inter-agency effort to capture and prosecute South American drug kingpin Miguel Perez. I had the feeling that the author was unfamiliar with the FBI...more
2 agents assigned to capture or kill a drug dealer - very simple plot, but that doesn't mean it cannot be good. The pace of the novel is slow. It starts with the readers knowing about the primary characters - Logan and Madisson. Then it proceeds with the plans to capture the drug Lord. Everything is fine, but for a mystery, the main thing is 'the element of surprise'. I didn't see that anywhere in this novel.

There is a sub-plot in the novel, which I actually enjoyed a lot than the main plot. It...more
Jan 06, 2013 Soul rated it 3 of 5 stars
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Author John A. Rigby has worked for many years in a Government Agency, but now spends his time writing fiction. One of such writing is “Break Night”. The writing style used in the book along with the storyline (the plot) forms a perfect book, which will captivate its readers for a 150 page long journey.

The very first thing I liked about this book is, story is set in near future (3 months to be precise) which made the whole connecting to the story a breeze. It’s Operation Marlin. Its aim was to t...more
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Jun 16, 2013
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