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"In John Pearce's fast-paced third novel, a small, smart, sleek and fully autonomous espionage submarine named Pegasus goes missing in Miami--and the search is on for who took it and where it is. The reader travels from Florida to Paris to Hungary experiencing a series of well-timed twists and turns while getting a wealth of information about the spy trade and the politics of eastern Europe. The dialogue is crisp, the characters engaging, and the story chillingly plausible. Paris lovers will enjoy watching protagonists Mark and Kate sipping their Pinot Noir in a chic Parisian apartment with a view of Notre Dame on one side and the Eiffel Tower on the other. (That's when they're not undergoing horrifying but unsuccessful attempts on their lives by those who stole the boat). A word of advice: don't start reading this entertaining and well-written yarn late at night. You won't get a wink of sleep." -- Harriet Welty Rochefort, author of Joie de Vivre
  
"In Finding Pegasus, John Pearce once again spins a captivating tale of spies, assassinations, derring-do and sex (very tastefully done!) which takes us from Miami to Paris to a remote castle in Eastern Europe. The characters are fully drawn and we soon come to actually care about Kate and Mark as they try to recover the stolen high-tech submarine-cum-drone they have developed. Kate is especially interesting - a brilliant engineer, retired Navy officer, trained knife-fighter, and sexy to boot! The story will have you rooting from the edge of your seat! Dive right in!" --Brian Thompson, professor of French emeritus, University of Massachusetts Boston

"Subs, drones, a femme fatale and a murder on the Seine in the heart of Paris--what more can you want? John Pearce's new fast-paced thriller merges Grisham and Brown. The trilogy is complete." --David Downie, author of The Gardener of Eden, a novel (Jan. 2019)

"Great book. This high tech thriller was a real page turner. Loved the evolution of the characters and their different relationships. Lots of intrigue. The concept is brilliant, with treacherous political fanatics, somewhat naive inventors and the struggle to keep corruuption from winning the end game. First read by this author, won't be my last. -- Margaret H, Netgalley reviewer

"Finding Pegasus is John Pearce's best story to date. Suspenseful action in an international setting, with current issues as the backdrop, and up-to-date technology the order of the day. It's a book you will not want to put down." --Bill & Barbara Vance, Waco, Texas

"Finding Pegasus is a sophisticated tale of international intrigue and contemporary politics, super-charged on espresso. A boat explosion in Miami and a murder on the bank of the Seine set this quick-paced thriller in motion. Eddie Grant and his pals piece together the resulting jigsaw puzzle. Like John Pearce's first two Eddie Grant novels, this one is crafted with a fine ear for dialogue and keen observations on place and politics. An enjoyable and satisfying read." --Scott Neeley, AIA, Tucson

"Pearce shows us a beautiful Paris, cafes, the streets, the Seine flowing gently by, sun in the sky, then shoves a dead body right under our noses! In class with Clancy and Grisham, Pearce brings us into a geo-political nightmare with more twists than a world-class roller coaster. Hang on to your seat when you read this one." --Al Musitano, author of the GothMare series.

"A gripping novel of mystery and suspense taking us across Paris, Europe and the caves of Hungary. A complex and riveting achievement." --James O. Goldsborough, author of Waiting for Uncle John, a novel of Cuba

"During the early summer of 2017 I walked the banks of Seine, studied the green boxes of books and magazines and was consistently reminded of the global connections and relationships on full display in Paris. Finding Pegasus excitingly introduces and captures the breadth and depth of man's ability to love and hate. Human drama is on full display in Finding Pegasus.Read it and you will identify with at least one of the characters or life situation. John Pearce is a master weaver of love, power and international intrigue." ---Paul J. Pearce

"Finding Pegasus gives the reader a nail-biting, tension-filled journey beginning with the explosive sabotage of a boat in Biscayne Bay, Florida, meant to kill those aboard. That was followed by more mayhem in Paris and in Hungary, and culminated with devilish treachery at a remote old castle near the Hungary Slovakia border. Through all the action John Pearce delivers vivid descriptions of the locations and well thought out knowledge about the political scene. I'm ready for his fourth book!" -- Karon Jackson, Lorena, Texas

"A fast-paced thriller, spanning characters and lifestyles from Florida to France to Hungary. The author, John Pearce, a part-time Parisian, enables the reader to participate in the city of love and light and to marvel at the flair of the French metropolis. He lets his audience immerse deep into a high-speed pursuit, sex, crime and the latest perilous politics - a thriller that needs to be turned into a movie!" --Doris-Marie Heilman

"I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books in the Eddie Grant series, so was looking forward to the third, and I wasn't disappointed. New characters, new locations, and new twists make Finding Pegasus an exciting read. Of course Eddie and Aurelie play a part in the contemporary plot as it travels from Florida to Paris to Hungary and back to Paris. The entire adventure was indeed entertainment at its finest." -- Dotti Rosenfield 

"Finding Pegasus is a fast-paced thrill ride of adventure with international intrigue, mystery, and political mayhem. Couldn't put it down!" --J.E. Grace, author of A Walk with Heavenly Spirits
"In Finding Pegasus, John Pearce once again spins a captivating tale of spies, assassinations, derring-do and sex (very tastefully done!) which takes us from Miami to Paris to a remote castle in Eastern Europe. The characters are fully drawn and we soon come to actually care about Kate and Mark as they try to recover the stolen high-tech submarine-cum-drone they have developed. Kate is especially interesting - a brilliant engineer, retired Navy officer, trained knife-fighter, and sexy to boot! The story will have you rooting from the edge of your seat! Dive right in!" --Brian Thompson, professor of French emeritus, University of Massachusetts Boston

"Subs, drones, a femme fatale and a murder on the Seine in the heart of Paris--what more can you want? John Pearce's new fast-paced thriller merges Grisham and Brown. The trilogy is complete." --David Downie, author of The Gardener of Eden, a novel (Jan. 2019)

"Great book. This high tech thriller was a real page turner. Loved the evolution of the characters and their different relationships. Lots of intrigue. The concept is brilliant, with treacherous political fanatics, somewhat naive inventors and the struggle to keep corruuption from winning the end game. First read by this author, won't be my last. -- Margaret H, Netgalley reviewer

"Finding Pegasus is John Pearce's best story to date. Suspenseful action in an international setting, with current issues as the backdrop, and up-to-date technology the order of the day. It's a book you will not want to put down." --Bill & Barbara Vance, Waco, Texas

"Finding Pegasus is a sophisticated tale of international intrigue and contemporary politics, super-charged on espresso. A boat explosion in Miami and a murder on the bank of the Seine set this quick-paced thriller in motion. Eddie Grant and his pals piece together the resulting jigsaw puzzle. Like John Pearce's first two Eddie Grant novels, this one is crafted with a fine ear for dialogue and keen observations on place and politics. An enjoyable and satisfying read." --Scott Neeley, AIA, Tucson

"Finding Pegasus is a transnational mystery/spy fiction with all the elements of potential reality. From a political murder on the riverbank of the Seine to the development in Miami of a special drone classified by the CIA, we are suddenly transported in the middle of a fight for power in an increasingly autocratic Eastern country, sponsored and financed by the Russian government. John Pearce's use of dialogue with short sentences and cliffhangers, judiciously peppered throughout the novel, makes for a fast-paced reading. But even more than his impeccable style, I was emotionally engulfed by the plot because of the parallels between actual political upheaval in our country and in Europe. If you want an exciting, exhilarating and smooth reading, I highly recommend Finding Pegasus." --Johana Nadler, Acworth, Georgia

"Pearce shows us a beautiful Paris, cafes, the streets, the Seine flowing gently by, sun in the sky, then shoves a dead body right under our noses! In class with Clancy and Grisham, Pearce brings us into a geo-political nightmare with more twists than a world-class roller coaster. Hang on to your seat when you read this one." --Al Musitano, author of the GothMare series.

"A gripping novel of mystery and suspense taking us across Paris, Europe and the caves of Hungary. A complex and riveting achievement." --James O. Goldsborough, author of Waiting for Uncle John, a novel of Cuba

"During the early summer of 2017 I walked the banks of Seine, studied the green boxes of books and magazines and was consistently reminded of the global connections and relationships on full display in Paris. Finding Pegasus excitingly introduces and captures the breadth and depth of man's ability to love and hate. Human drama is on full display in Finding Pegasus. Read it and you will identify with at least one of the characters or life situation. John Pearce is a master weaver of love, power and international intrigue." ---Paul J. Pearce

"Finding Pegasus gives the reader a nail-biting, tension-filled journey beginning with the explosive sabotage of a boat in Biscayne Bay, Florida, meant to kill those aboard. That was followed by more mayhem in Paris and in Hungary, and culminated with devilish treachery at a remote old castle near the Hungary Slovakia border. Through all the action John Pearce delivers vivid descriptions of the locations and well thought out knowledge about the political scene. I'm ready for his fourth book!" -- Karon Jackson, Lorena, Texas

"A fast-paced thriller, spanning characters and lifestyles from Florida to France to Hungary. The author, John Pearce, a part-time Parisian, enables the reader to participate in the city of love and light and to marvel at the flair of the French metropolis. He lets his audience immerse deep into a high-speed pursuit, sex, crime and the latest perilous politics - a thriller that needs to be turned into a movie!" --Doris-Marie Heilman

"I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books in the Eddie Grant series, so was looking forward to the third, and I wasn't disappointed. New characters, new locations, and new twists make Finding Pegasus an exciting read. Of course Eddie and Aurelie play a part in the contemporary plot as it travels from Florida to Paris to Hungary and back to Paris. The entire adventure was indeed entertainment at its finest." -- Dotti Rosenfield

"Finding Pegasus is a fast-paced thrill ride of adventure with international intrigue, mystery, and political mayhem. Couldn't put it down!" --J.E. Grace, author of A Walk with Heavenly Spirits

About the Author

Former foreign correspondent and Washington reporter, former businessman. I now write thrillers featuring Eddie Grant, a Franco-American businessman living in Paris with the lovely Sorbonne professor Aurélie Cabillaud, his wife. Eddie comes from a military family and was a decorated company commander for the U.S. Special Forces in the First Gulf War. He keeps his skills sharp by doing volunteer work for the CIA. My wife Jan and I live in Pari several months of each year, thus the name of my blog, PartTimeParisian.com. The rest of the year we live in Sarasota, Florida, our home for more than thirty years.

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  • Publisher: Alesia Press LLC (July 28, 2018)
  • Publication Date: July 28, 2018
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  • Language: English
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