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Rex Randall and the Jericho Secret

3.62  ·  Rating details ·  13 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Rex Randall and the Jericho Secret by Vince Carter

The ladies say "Move over James Bond. Welcome to the 21st century."

Rex Randall is the world famous author, known for his Incognito series of books and movies. His main character, Jason Hendrix, has a loyal following around the world, eager to read about his next exploits. This is especially so, since it is widely known that
Kindle Edition, 337 pages
Published March 9th 2012
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Nov 05, 2012 rated it really liked it
They say that reality is stranger than fiction. When their next undercover adventure turns out to be much more than they bargained for, the Randall family realizes that life can be far more dangerous than living in their polyamorous relationship: throwing wild parties, indulging in role playing and having extravagant fun. This time they are plunged into a series of life threatening events, political intrigue, kidnapping, and people who seem to exist in a nonexistent time zone. Fanatical Jihadist ...more
Fungi From Yuggoth
Dec 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Fungi From Yuggoth by: Vince Carter
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5 stars

Readers who loved James Bond and similar thrillers will revel in this tale of Rex Randall, multi-bestselling novelist whose series character is a master of disguise and roles. Rex himself is quite the active one, as he and his covey of five beautiful, intelligent ladies test out roles, construct disguises, and assign themselves situations in which to prepare for the next novel in the series. Additionally, they are frequently contracted to work a
Jun 19, 2014 rated it did not like it
I was excited to get my first book from the Online Book Club and downloaded it despite my skepticism at first at the title and second the cover. In this case, I should have followed my instincts as I could not get past the first page.

Is this for real?

I am trying very hard not to be insulting. I'm sure that the author put a lot of time into and effort into this book. I am also very sure that the intended audience is not female but men looking to escape into their unrealistic fantasy worlds.

Larry Eissler
Dec 22, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: reviewed
Rex Randall and the Jericho Secret was published by author Vince Carter in March of 2012. Rex Randall is an intense read that takes James Bond (Sean Connery please!) and adds in a little Charlies Angel's for flavor. Once you have that recipe for sexiness, add in a little bit of Inception and you've got a book that pales in comparison to Rex Randall.

I'd like to thank Mr. Carter for asking me to review his book and allowing me to post about it on my blog. I hope you enjoy reading my review as much
Kayla West
Apr 22, 2014 rated it really liked it
Okay, so when I first looked at the cover of this book, I really wasn't sure what exactly it would be about. Which is truly saying something, because I actually got the blurb of the book first. Haha. But anyway, I picked it up quite intrigued. Who is this leading man? Why are there five women around him? Where did he get that awesome hat? All the serious questions one asks before reading a book.

Well, to answer the first question, the leading man is Rex Randall, world famous author who bases his
Frederick Crook
Jul 17, 2015 rated it did not like it
Anyone that knows me understands that, for the most part, I have a pretty positive outlook on things and I’ve always respected writers for at least being able to put together readable sentences, if nothing else. This “Rex Randall” deal meets said criteria, but sadly, nothing else.
The story is written more like a bad television script than a novel. This is partly due to the fact that chapter lengths run from just over a page to around four. Seriously, by page 145, you’re on Chapter 51 and this t
May 03, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: suspense
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I have to thank author Vince Carter to providing me with a complimentary copy of his book Rex Randall and the Jericho Secret. The concept was very different than what normally I am used to reading. I have to say it was an absolute delight reviewing this book. This book was a fast-paced, action packed and suspense laced thriller. The real life suspense novelist, Rex Randall, lives in a polyamorous relationship with five very attractiv
Rabid Readers Reviews
“Rex Randall and the Jericho Secret,” features a massive cast of characters none of whom are especially fleshed out. With so much going on and so many people doing it I’d have to think it difficult for the most experienced authors to keep everything straight. Carter manages to keep his story lines from getting muddled. There is a “just the facts, ma’am” sense for a majority of the novel that makes for neat lines but not so much for a compelling, can’t-put-downable read. In addition to the direct ...more
Feb 22, 2014 added it

Ok I want to start out by saying I REALLY wanted to like this book but it just didn't do it for me. From the first chapter I knew I was going to have a problem reading this but I pushed through to see if I pulled me in. Well I stopped at 30% into the book and it only got worse for me. And out of that 30% that I did read I skipped parts. There wasn't much dialog in the beginning of the book to it just read really weird for me. I don't think Vince should have put the parts in where Rex was writ
Bob Milne
Aug 14, 2012 added it
Shelves: dnf
This one was something of a literary roller coaster ride, losing and recapturing my interest at multiple points. Unfortunately, it had a weak/awkward opening that I think put me off a bit, and as much as I enjoyed aspects of it, the novelty of the concept just wasn't strong enough to carry me through those low points. The characters were fun, if a little thin, but the narrative itself was too simple, to by-the-numbers, and didn't engage me as well as I would have liked.
Samie Sands
Sep 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This book is fast paced and exciting – quite the intense read. For an avid reader like me it really made me sit up and pay attention, which takes a lot. At first you think it’s going to be hard to keep up with all the activity, but the story really sucks you in and before long you can’t put the book down! I highly recommend this book it definitely deserves 5/5 stars.
Fredrick Danysh
Apr 13, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: advance-read, e-pubs
Rex Randall is a writer living with five women. He also investigates things and has special skills. He is asked to investigate how one could go about assassinating the president but there is more than appears on the surface in this assignment. Not a bad read. This was a free review copy from the author.
Samantha (Book Lover's Cozy Cafe)
I tried to read this book, and I think because it's not my normal genres it couldn't keep my focus. I cannot with all honesty rate this book. due to my own disinterest in it. I've seen this book get many awesome reviews. So I do.t want to effect this author's ratings for this book. And I want to personally thank, Mr. Carter for contacting me to review his book, I'm just sad I couldnt finish it.
Jenifer Rubloff
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Apr 14, 2012
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Mar 10, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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