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- Print Length: 331 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 10, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IX93048
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Literary Agent: A Thriller (Jaclyn Johnson, code name Snapshot series Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
If you're into government thrillers, agents with boobs and bravery, and scum-of-the-earth antagonists, then this book is for you! Normally, I'm not. Books based on government with political mumbo-jumbo excite me about as much as cleaning the cat's litter box, but I DO like Sweeney's Snapshot series. Why? Because his characters have flaws. They aren't perfect and show their true colors – even the president.
The antagonists in the story are well written and even though I wanted to run over them with my car, I could understand the reasoning behind some of the motives for what a few of them did. In my opinion, that is what makes a GREAT villain – when you can understand the why's.
As for Jaclyn, the kick-arse agent, I can't say she is my favorite character in the book, but she has a good heart. She is the type of protagonist you can cheer for even when you want to smack a little sense into her for making stupid decisions. However, if she didn't make mistakes, readers would not be able to relate to her and this is something the author knows well and pulls it off flawlessly.
This is the fifth book in the Snapshot series and even though there are some referrals to incidences that happened in past books, I had no problem reading this as a stand-alone story. I recommend Sweeney's books and have had the pleasure of reading a few of them. He is very talented on a multi-genre level and is sure to have a book to please everyone.
This was another great instalment in what is fast becoming a must read series. It was nice to see Jaclyn and Tom working together again, and to see their relationship go to another level. The story flowed well, and I found it hard to put down. The ending was explosive, and there was a nice twist at the end. If I have any criticism, it would be that I was disappointed that Jaclyn didn't break out her best gadgets until almost at the end. it is really just a personal niggle though and does not detract from the action in any way. I am now eagerly awaiting book 6!
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
This thrilling installment of the JJ series has Jaclyn thrown into an investigation of the bombing of a cafe on the mean streets of Detroit on Christmas Eve. JJ quickly surmises that this was used as a smoke screen to draw eyes away from the kidnapping of an author who used to be in the FBI. The crux here is that even though he is now a famous author, he still knows a lot of secrets that many people would prefer to have REMAIN secrets -- and it is up to Jaclyn and her Brit-Beau Tom to track him down and stop the evil before more bombs go off.
Sweeney returns to form with a well-written, edge of your seat thriller that you will read through fairly quickly. And he continues to give us the thing that makes this stuff must-read -- he has created characters and story lines that are not your average thriller fodder. There is a good deal of original twists and turns here to thrill everyone.