Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Defender, by Chris Allen

Mr. Allen hopes to publish a series of suspense / spy novels featuring the "Intrepid" organization of action oriented operators within Interpol.  The hero of this first in the bunch is Alex Morgan.

The novel followed the predictable outline for the genre, from the nature and placement of the bad guys, to the inevitable love interest.   In that context, it was okay.   If you're looking for something less hackneyed or more interesting than the baseline, then this won't do the trick.

While the novel was okay, and moderately entertaining, I don't plan on reading more of Mr. Allen's writing.

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