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Condor (The Gabriel Wolfe Thrillers Book 3) Kindle Edition
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This episode literally starts out with a bang -- a suicide bombing on a bus in the heart of London. Wolfe happened to be nearby and witnessed the immediate aftermath. His friend and contract employer, Don Webster, from the Ministry of Defense, recruits Wolfe to find and eliminate whoever is behind the bombing. It turns out it is not your usual villain and Wolfe will be pushed to the limits of his endurance, both physically and psychologically. A couple of surprise characters from Wolfe's past also make their debut. To say more would be to spoil the experience of reading it for yourself.
These Gabriel Wolfe books are as much character study as great action thrillers. Most good action thriller series have characters who develop over time. Their backstory is usually built into the first one or two books and as they move forward, the reader watches them change as they adjust to new events and relationships in each new entry. But few authors start out giving their hero a bare bones past and flesh it out going forward. Andy Maslen is using this "what's past is prologue" approach by giving the reader new glimpses into Wolfe's past in each book and building from that. It adds another layer of suspense and deepens the reader's desire to learn more about the mysterious Mr. Wolfe. This book is a must read!
NOTE: Although this can be read as a stand alone novel, reading the two previous novels (Trigger Point and Blind Impact) first will greatly enhance your reading experience. They are all well worth it..
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review, but also purchased the ebook to support the author.
The editing is superb and the writing is "tight", as Gabriel Wolfe continues to cope with his own demons and .... (No spoilers here)
I'm looking forward to the next book in the series and hopefully it will arrive soon.
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