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Hidden Order: A Thriller (The Scot Harvath Series) Mass Market Paperback – May 20, 2014
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From Publishers Weekly
In Thor's latest, an assassin is viciously reducing the short list of candidates for the top job at the Federal Reserve, and it's up to rugged, hypereffective private intelligence operative Scot Harvath to halt the hits. He and a small band of associates—including his outspoken boss, Reed Carlton, and Boston detective Lara Cordero—are pitted against the wealthy and powerful members of a secret cabal. Armand Schultz makes good use of no-frills narration to deliver the author's prose crisply, while smartly adjusting his pacing during action sequences, dialogue-rich scenes, and paragraphs detailing events in American history. His aging Carlton is gruff and demanding. The head villains snarl. The women are treated to acceptable upper-register voices. And other characters are provided appropriate accents—for example, an exaggerated, gravelly Boston dialect for a Southie-born, hardboiled detective. As for Harvath, Schultz speaks in a confident, low rumble that softens in the course of the operative's romance with Cordero, who, at book's end, is strong enough to suggest a big change in his future. An Atria/Emily Bestler hardcover. (July) --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
[Brad Thor] and Harvath are the real deal, and you should accept no substitues. (BookReporter.com) --BookReporter.com --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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the prose stiff, the plot thin and the characters like bad pennies just kept coming back....PLUS this tract is full of right-wing twaddle about the state of our economic backbone. if I want that crap I'll tune into Fox News....for free! better luck next time, Thor.
books have been from the beginning.
For me the plot was excellent, and I loved the history that came into this writing. But I am very concerned about our hero's involvement, his relationships with Lara and Marco. I realized that Scott deserves some happiness but in Scott's line of work these two people are in great danger.......
Well who am I to tell Mr. Thor how to write his story lines, just know that to read a Brad Thor book is sheer joy and you can learn a lot while reading any Brad Thor book.
Looking forward to more great stories from America's best author. Hands down this is God's gift to all of us who love to read, thank you for Brad Thor!