- File Size: 5082 KB
- Print Length: 392 pages
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- Publisher: Turtleshell Press (August 28, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074LC65KX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,696 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Jefferson Legacy (Harvey Bennett Thrillers Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Meriwether Lewis was murdered because he knew a secret. ...A deadly secret. Harvey Bennett is back. Ben and his new team are hard at work putting the finishing touches on their "Civilian Special Operations" headquarters, when they get a call: there's been a murder, and a theft of a seemingly insignificant artifact. The team heads to Philadelphia to meet up with the modern-day American Philosophical Society, to talk about the robbery and see if they can offer help. ...soon, bullets begin to fly. Apparently the APS has been keeping secrets that point all the way back to the nation's Founding Fathers.
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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!
Thomas Jefferson is part of the heritage of America. As an individual he stood out amongst the presidents of America... a giant amongst those shaping the culture, the freedom of thought, action and expression for future generations in America. A man with many diverse interests, he is one of a very select few icons that captured the imagination of millions after him.
Quite a pity then that political wise there seems to be factions trying to involve him in nefarious enterprises by spinning quite intricate conspiracy theories. Like his buying Louisiana with Spanish gold, a treasure trove still sought even today.
In the hands of Nick Thacker (much like Clive Cuddler did) it becomes an engrossing action adventure that captivates and enthralled the mind from beginning to the end.
The only reason I did not endow this book with five stars is because the ending came about so abruptly. I was ready to fight the good fight for another couple of chapters when the story ended. No cliffhanger, mind you. Though I suspect Harvey Bennett, Julie, Reggie and friends are not finished yet with contending with The Hawk. And that is what I am looking forward to! Enjoy!
I highly recommend this book
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It does need a good editting though.Read more