- File Size: 4436 KB
- Print Length: 342 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Turtleshell Press (August 28, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074LC65KX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,283 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Jefferson Legacy (Harvey Bennett Thrillers Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Ben's group (the Civilian Special Operators) are called to solve a theft In Philadelphia at the American Philosophical Society's headquarters. The group soon have to deal with bullets and all kinds of secrets...secrets that go back to Thomas Jefferson.
Bottom line: Do I want to read other books in this series? I will read at least one more and then decide.
This novel can be read stand alone and is still engaging. The characters are very well drawn, and have grown as a group (given I missed numbers two and three) and more three dimensional. There is enough back story given (in thought and personal interactions) to cause this to happen naturally in the storyline.
The storyline itself has its basis in historical fact (which always makes for a great basis) which allows for a great conspiracy theory to be constructed.
My only plaint would be the final few chapters where the whole shebazzle is wrapped up were not as strong compared to the preceding chapters.
Final analysis - lotta bang for your reading pleasure!
getting into all kinds of trouble trying to solve a mystery and
maybe finding a little treasure on the side.
The amazing Corps of Discovery has always fascinated me.
It was akin to exploring another planet.
To think there was more than the very factual, almost technical
writing of Lewis is also intriguing. Always thought there was a
more personal, philosofical journal on the side. I was hoping
there might be a map in that journal to the 'Lost City of Native
American Warrior Women'. The real treasure! Reggie would opt
Anyway, I left out a star because it didn't have the exotic feel of
the other books. Nothing against Philly, but not as mysterious
and dangerous as the Amazon or Antartica.
Also, too much spent on the characters backgrounds and
relationships, even though I guess it's necessary for the newbies.
(read the other books folks, you will enjoy.)
Looking forward to the next one.
Happy brewing, brother!
Top international reviews
"You don't mean..."
"Could it be..."
... without actually filling in the rest of the sentences so you have no idea what is being suggested. On top of that, there are so many missing words and misspellings that it's no wonder I give this only 2 stars. And yet there are another four books more in this series. I really don't like being so negative, but I am really getting annoyed with the current fashion of spinning a (poor) story into multiple books instead of just writing the story as one good book that actually ends with a satisfactory conclusion.
Brave move to kill off a main character I look forward to seeing whether they are replaced or not. Well worth a read (and the previous books in the series).