- File Size: 1657 KB
- Print Length: 514 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Kirkgrim Books (January 16, 2014)
- Publication Date: January 16, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00C6NHXBI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #873,297 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Veil of Civility: A Declan McIver Novel (Black Shuck Thriller Series) Kindle Edition
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"A MUST READ for all those who like thrillers with the added X-factor!" ~ Paul @ E-Thriller (e-thriller.com)
"Veil of Civility is a non-stop action ride that grabs the reader, not letting go. Declan McIver is up there with Gabriel Allon and Mitch Rapp as a prime examples of the political thriller genre!" ~ Tammy @ Rabid Readers (rabidreaders.com)
"The plotting is sumptuous as Graham weaves a trail of deceit and duplicity to drive the novel forward with a steadily increasing pace. 'Veil of Civility' is cleverly thought out and utterly plausible." ~ Graham @ Crimesquad (crimesquad.com)
"If you love stories with a mix of history and conspiracy, you definitely want to read Veil of Civility!" ~ Ellen @ In Our Spare Time (in-our-spare-time.com)
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Most of today's writers are leftish, female and their plots regretably, mundane, generic and predictable. I no longer subscribe to them, choosing instead to research novels that are interesting, gender neutral and avoid cursing throughout. In fact, when I read such drivel early on, I discard any possible interest. Great writers do not need curse words to be successful.
Rarely does Grishim, Forsyth, Flemming, Follett, Hardy, Wilde need gutter language to interest the public in their works.
This is the third book in Ian Graham's Black Shuck series, and the best, so far.
A black ops, political thriller packed with non-stop action, for those who enjoy this genre, I highly recommend this book. I am looking forward to more Black Shuck from Mr. Graham.
Graham weds the history of Irish-British conflict, international allies and enemies and the American Dream into a thriller packed with action, desperation, hope and the eternal bonds of those who have fought beside each other in war.
It's a four-star, won't-want-to-put-it-down adventure.
If you like thrillers, this one has the Russians, it has Mossad, it has MI5, the CIA and the FBI, and it has Declan McIver one of the few remaining members of Black Shuck. Declan is a happily married man who had been specially trained by the Russians in years past. An old friend shows up, needing his help and ends up assassinated. That was a bit upsetting as Abe was Mossad. I was hoping for more input from the two agents that had accompanied him, but they came through in the end. The plot line was incredible. The low level bad guys were easily determined and we did not have to guess. At the highest level, though, we are given little information and can only hope that the next Declan McIver is in the works!
Read the short book Sins of Omission first for a little back story on his time with the IRA. Then get Honorable Deeds, another novella, before reading Veil of Civility because it is directly related to some of the bad guys Declan takes on here.
I will be getting Rules for Revenge soon.