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More Harm Than Good (David Trevellyan Thriller) Paperback – July 19, 2012
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Unlikely as it seems, a trip to the hospital that starts as a bit of a parlor mystery leads to what could be a major terrorist attack on the English government. As Trevellyan follows the trail of clues I liked the sense of dislocation he feels working back in his home country after spending so long in far flung places. Especially now that he realizes he's protecting citizens that do not appreciate how good they have it. After a methodical first half, the book ratchets up the stakes and doesn't let you go until it reaches the finale.
Overall it's a very solid third installment and it was interesting to see Grant mix up the formula. Trevellyan is carving out his own niche among the ranks of Quiller, November Man, Bond and the rest in the spy hall of fame. Here's hoping we don't have to wait another two years for the next installment.
The descriptions are vivid and lifelike I was wincing at certain points. MHTG has certainly brought new meaning to the term "killer heels".
Highly recommended for any spy fiction/thriller fans
Grant nails the setting and you can tell he knows his stuff. This book was a bargain, which made me willing to take a chance on a new author, but as soon as I finished, I downloaded the first two books in the series. I hope the next book comes out soon.
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This is a typical "spy agency trying to find a leak" story. There are a lot of odd items--people in hospital gowns and slippers wandering out to restaurants, etc. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. W. Scales
The more familiar I get with the main character, the more I like him. Andrew Grant has developed traits in David that make him human and realistic.Published 12 months ago by J Hendry
Fast paced. Easy to read. I had figured out one of the bad guys. Was not surprised by another one but was surprised by who all was involved in the plot.Published 18 months ago by Sandra Fulkerson
good book, nice plot that kept the suspense.
I have enjoyed all of his books. Looking forward to his next book.
Mr. Grant has a very like-able main character; not self-righteous but with a good moral compass; an understanding of what is right and what is wrong - for him - and the compunction... Read morePublished 23 months ago by BrianInNC
Andrew Grant is the brother of the writer who pens the Reacher novels. His hero is a British spy who, in the first two books in the series, is in the United States. Read morePublished on December 21, 2013 by John J. Cohn
Not bad, thought the whole boots thing was dragged out a bit. Needed more wit and less personable David in this one.Published on October 23, 2013 by CMartin
I really loved the first book in the series by Andrew Grant titled "Even" but his latest two installments do not seem to have the same edgy, can't put down quality of the... Read morePublished on September 22, 2013 by Geno 6
Not Bad for a summer read. Its a bit cliché, without much depth in the characters, but still not a bad read.Published on July 9, 2013 by Jim Bohart