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However, we recently went on vacation, and I had some extra time to read while traveling. I opened this up, and I'm glad I did. It was excellent! I found it full of page-turning suspense. Most of all, I found it interesting and entertaining, and that's what a good book should be.
The main characters engaged my interest. The book centers around Beatrix Rose, but she also works with another mysterious agent named John Milton. The two paired up on a mission to pursue and capture a scientist who fled from a top secret government program.
The pace was quick, the suspense woven throughout, and it was a quick and fun read. I'll definitely be recommending this book series to my friends, and I look forward to reading more about Beatrix Rose and John Milton.
This is a prequel to Mr. Dawson's Beatrix Rose series and to his Milton novel, Ghosts. It clarifies Beatrix' origin and her interaction with Group Fifteen.
It also makes clear her relationship with John Milton. It turns out that she was Number 1 and he was being vetted for Group Fifteen. They go on a mission together to recover a CIA asset. The asset turns out to be a surprise for the readers and it is worth reading just for that.
Nonetheless, this is another example that shows Mr. Dawson to be a master wordsmith. His attention to detail and verbal imagery are terrific.
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Count the cliches:
There are a lot of loose ends left with this one.