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Rules of Betrayal by Christopher Reich
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Jul 16, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: espionage, read-in-2010, thriller
Recommended for: spy fans
Read from August 16 to 17, 2010

Shrewdly plotted this excellent espionage thriller keeps you guessing to the end.

Jonathan Ransom is back and again over his head as he tries to prevent a rogue armsdealer from selling a nuke to a Afghan terrorist, but the plot is bursting with all kinds of betrayals from and you will stream throught this fast paced novel. He is helped by his beautiful wife Emma and a beautiful Israeli agent among others.

Another winner from Reich.

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08/16/2010 page 73
08/17/2010 page 262
70.0% "Long bus rides to and from NYC are a book reader's best friend, but it helps if the book is a tightly written shrewdly plotted spy thriller."
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