Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Dance with the Enemy, by Rob Sinclair

This novel was not fun to read. It was interesting enough, but the main character is not charismatic and I found myself not caring too much about him.

That character is Logan, a British spy for an a joint US and UK agency that works behind the scenes and disavows its agents should they need help. As the book starts, he's a drunk mess, recovering from a mission that had gone south. He's pulled into a new case, befriends a female FBI agent, and encounters chaos.

There was action enough, and the plot twists were good. But I never felt myself engaged with the hero. If there's a sequel I'll probably pass on it.

Dance with the Enemy: a gripping international suspense thriller (The Enemy Series)

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