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My husband likes anything by Robert Ludlum. We used to have in hardback and he has been asking and asking so I just downloaded them all to his Kindle.Published 5 months ago by Mary-Theresa Dameron
Very slow and not very clear beginning and mid, building to a very good ending . Usual good read by an excellent author.Published 9 months ago by Retired Liz
The stories are always intriguing and full of action.
Always an entertaining read with well researched possibilities.
Pick up a Ludlum book and you'll be rewarded.
I am a die-hard Ludlum fan. I haven't read anything from him that has not grabbed my attention and kept it. Don't start a Ludlum book at night if you have to work the next day!!!Published 16 months ago by Corrie R. Brown
I think this is the worst constructed book of this genre that I have read in years.
The plot was weak, the characters were artificial and didn't have any real substance. Read more
The Cry of the Halidon isn't quite as good as previous Ludlum novels in terms of relentless suspense or political maneuvering, but it's still Ludlum and I like his writing style. Read morePublished on August 25, 2011 by Rothery
The plot is confusing and clumsy; the motives of the characters are vague and unsatisfactory--but there's a reason! This was one of his very first books.Published on September 13, 2010 by T. Frieder
A powerful, secretive multinational corporation offers geologist Alex McAuliff two million dollars to conduct a pre-development geological survey of a little-known area in... Read morePublished on April 21, 2009 by C. L. Fluty