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That said, I was really suprised to see that he was a Pulitzer Prize winner and authored 3 previous novels.
I give major credit to anyone who goes through the effort of writing and completing a book. Also, since getting my first Kindle 3.5 years ago, I've read at least 150 books by new authors, many of them self-published. This book struck me as being written by someone who was very new to writing.
The characters were mostly 2-dimensional and some of their motivations paper-thin. For example:
Professor Grumbach - His father was an American GI who knocked up and abandoned a French farm girl. Grumbach spent his childhood being hounded and harassed as a bastard in his French village(really??). So, he grows up hating the entire United States and is OK with helping to create dirty bombs to take out New York and Washington. Bullied as child, so he'll blow the world. Bwahahahaha.
Arabella - Pouty beautiful co-ed who wants to seduce the professor and play spy.
Homer Goodbody - A shy geeky unattractive Physics department teaching assistant who apparently has no friends spills his random suspicions about dastardly doings to a pretty girl just because she looks at him crosseyed. Does it get any more stereotyped?
Tim O'Reilly - Needs money for his sick wife, so he agrees to endanger his job (and family's future) by stealing radioactive materials that he knows will be used to hurt a large number of people. If he quietly reported these guys to the government, maybe they would have helped him financially for stopping a major terrorist attack. Never hurts to ask...Read more ›
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Made me want to keep reading even though I knew the who, the why , the where , the when since the beginingPublished on March 4, 2014 by mk
I really liked the plot, and I can see why William Beecher is a Pulitzer prize winning journalist. The fast, racy style appeals to me. A good read.Published on November 7, 2013 by J K Eriksen
Well written. Holds you in it's grip from the very beginning. I started it and could not stop until I had finished itPublished on August 7, 2013 by Paul Natale
I fully agree with Michael B's 2-star review. He's identified most of the problems I had with this book. It seems like the author understands reporting more so than writing. Read morePublished on April 12, 2013 by kdttaz
Very believable story, but Moslem and other incorrect words and usage are irritating.
Please format and edit and the story would flow better.
Kept my interest, but too much repetition and no really new ways to smuggle WMD's developed. OK at the price.Published on December 6, 2012 by Amazon Customer
not as good as I had hoped but very readable and a good story quite well written. Interesting subject and good interaction.Published on November 30, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Fast paced, suspenseful, very believable plot, but funny and entertaining too! I did not want to put this down. I will look for more books by author Wm Beecher in the future.Published on October 28, 2012 by KC