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Double Agent: A Thriller (Jaclyn Johnson, code name Snapshot series) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 1328 KB
  • Print Length: 302 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 21, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006C4X6U4
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Sean Sweeney's love of reading began in 1988, when he was handed J.R.R. Tolkien's classic The Hobbit, and was given a needed boost with John Grisham novels and the Star Wars Expanded Universe. His passion for writing began in 1993, as a sophomore in high school, when he began writing sports for his local newspaper. Born and raised in North Central Massachusetts in 1977, Sweeney has written for several newspapers and radio stations. When he is not writing, he enjoys the Boston Red Sox, the New England Revolution, Arsenal F.C., Gold Coast F.C., the New England Patriots, and playing with he and his wife's two horses and five cats.

Website: http://www.seansweeneyauthor.com
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By TCS on April 26, 2012
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I read this book at the end of last year and was astounded by the intrigue, the plots, and the characters. I hadn't read thrillers in a while, not since my early days reading Don Pendleton's Executioner Mack Bolan, and this brought back memories of those but with a slicker plot and a female protagonist. Jaclyn Johnson could easily become my wife if she existed in the real world. A badass, bold, beautiful and she can put out with the best Bond has to offer. I plan to read the rest of the series, but one thing to be aware of. It's refreshing to know I can pick up any of these books and not be lost, because if they're like this one, they can stand on their own. Well done, Mr. Sweeney.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By wistfulskimmie - Wistfulskimmies Book Reviews Blog on March 2, 2012
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This is the third outing for CIA Agent Jaclyn Johnson, codename Snapshot. After being outed as a traitor in the last book, Jaclyn has been in hiding for the last month. Now reinstated and exonerated by the President, she has been hired to save Las Vegas from a group of religious zealots. First the newly-built monorail is destroyed, then a couple of gay clubs. Then word gets to Jaclyn that they have their sights on something much bigger. Can she save the day? With Tom Messingham from MI5 on board as her partner, it's a race against time!

This was great. I have read all the 'Agent' books so far and I have to say they just keep getting better each time! This one set off at a blistering pace and didn't let up until the final, shocking ending. Jaclyn is, as always, excellent as the female James Bond type. This time she is joined (again) by Tom Messingham from MI5, who also played her love interest. This allowed us to see another, softer side to her character. Who knew she was vulnerable after all? In situ as usual were the usual fast cars, gizmos and gadgets commensurate with her job.A fantastic romp and a darn good thriller. Please may we have more?

A great read for fans of Jaclyn, if not give the 'Agent' books a go, they are fabulous!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dirtboy's Girl on November 28, 2011
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Sweeney comes through again with another action packed thriller! Jaclyn is busy trying to put a stop to the terrorists trying to destroy Vegas and finally gets busy with her British boy toy. And of course she's got a hot car with all the bells, whistles and missiles attached. There are so many people to hate in this book and he leaves you knowing there will be a book 4. When I grow up I wanna be just like Jaclyn!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BigAl on November 29, 2011
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The Jaclyn Johnson novels partially follow the same formula as Ian Fleming's James Bond novels, with their overblown villains and sexy protagonist with a toolkit full of futuristic tricks-of-the-trade. By moving the setting to the future (albeit, just a few years) and making his protagonist a female, Sweeney has added his own twists to the formula. Rather than communists and megalomaniacal psychopaths with the goal of world domination, Sweeney gives us villains who are religious fundamentalist terrorists or megalomaniacal psychopaths with the goal of world domination. Sweeney's heroine shows her humanity and the chinks in her armor much more readily than Fleming's Bond. Where Bond's only nod to human frailty is an apparent sexual addiction (offset by his superhuman ability to bed a series of unbelievably beautiful women), Johnson makes mistakes. While she tries to hide it, she has doubts. And as for her sexuality, her upbringing stunted her development in this area, which is just starting to catch up to her peers in this third installment of the series.

In a thriller, the plot matters more than the character, and Sweeney has put together a good, fast-paced plot full of the usual action, weapons (including the infamous WOMTD aka weapons of mass transit destruction), and technological tricks. But what separates one thriller from the next is the characters. While I'd rather be James Bond, I'd much rather know Jaclyn Johnson.

**Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **
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