Product Description Joseph Finder introduced Nick Heller, a “private spy” who finds out things powerful people want to keep hidden, to widespread acclaim from the critics and wild enthusiasm from the readers, in the New York Times … see full wiki
This is the second book in a series featuring Nick Heller, and it more than lives up to the excitement of the first. In this book, the daughter of a friend of Heller's is kidnapped, and he is asked to find her before the death threat against her is carried out.
The action is fast and furious, and the chapters are short, for those with short attention spans. The plot goes rolling along at breakneck speed, and there is danger and betrayal on almost every page. Heller has to discover who is lying to him, and why they are doing so. An assortment of other characters populate the pages of the book, each one in some way essential to the plot.
The final confrontation with the kidnapper is fraught with danger, and some of the best writing is in these pages. Of course, it all ends well, for this is a series after all.
The world need good thriller writers, and I was very saddened today to learn of the death of Vince Flynn, one of my very favorite thriller writers. To think that there will be no more Mitch Rapp books is a real downer. I hope that Mr. Finder will keep his string of exciting books going, for there is a large void in the thriller writing corps.
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