[E–pub/Kindle] (Without Mercy)

T was a very uick read and well worth it Exciting and motional if you are a Higgins fan The number of characters in this book were overwhelming it was hard to keep track of of characters in this book were

overwhelming it was 
it was to keep track of all It had a little action some twists turns but nothing fancy uality of this series has definitely been on a downhill slide for the last 4 novels Without Mercy is moderately better than the last three but not by muchReading about Sean Dillon flying about with one or two other people in a near supersonic 972 kmh Citation X jet sipping champagne whilst calling home base on his magical codex secure mobile phone to look up the next plot development in cyberspace has certainly devalued the thrill of this spionage thriller series Gone are the days of standing in the rain at a street corner properly tailing people and proper hard work Now it s all just call Roper and have him look it up on the computer or use this handy pre arranged planecarboat It s all just a bit silly really you can tolerate a certain amount of deviation from reality in fiction but when verything starts verging on fantasy in a supposed real life book I find my interest waningIf I didn t already own books 14 18 I wouldn t be bothered to buy them after the uality level of the last four books I really hope it improves ither that or I get trapped in an airport with no alternative but to read them or die of boredom itheror really. To which they are about to chargeFilled with dark suspense driven by characters of complexity and passion Without Mercy once again proves that Jack Higgins is the unchallenged master of international intrigue. I was totally disappointed with this novel The plot is weak and predictable the story jumps all over and it novel The plot is weak and predictable the story jumps all over and it continuity and rhythm I found the characters plain silly and unbelievable and the whole story lacks originality not very inventive and out dated Not one of Higgins best This is just one of originality not very inventive and out dated Not one of Higgins best This is just one of in the Sean Dillon Series They are all xciting and plot driven and "Will Keep You On The Edge Of Your Seat The "keep you on the dge of your seat The of this series are not set strictly in Ireland but there is always some time spent there as well other countries usually England Dillon and his team are up against Russian spies in this adventure and seeking revenge for their fallen team member If you are a uick reader like me aka tend to skim alot the common names of good guys and bad guys and get lost in your head and confuse you But the story was interesting uick read good for the spy genre type of person In the last book which I didn t read bad things happened Dillon and Co hit the vengeance trail They don t really know what they re getting themselves intoA book that should be right down my alley but I just couldn t get into it Detective Superintendent Hannah Bernstein of Special Branch is in a hospitalrecuperating from being badly hurt in another little caper with Sean DillonThe IRA manages to get one of their undercover people into the hospital as anurse and she kills Hanna All of Special. As Detective Superintendent Hannah Bernstein of Special Branch lies recuperating in the hospital an nigmatic shadow from the past burning with hatred steals into her room and finishes the job Consumed by gri.

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Branch is deeply disturbed with this and no one so than Sean Dillon From here to the nd he vows to kill any one who had so than Sean Dillon From here to the ЯED end he vows to kill any one who had to do with this This book is from 2005 and is number 13in the Sean Dillon series I ve read ll of this series and Injoyed this one as wellas the others I gave it a 4 Found the narrative a bit naive at times The book starts as if it was being continued from somewhere lse There is a gunfight between Dillon the Russians as well as some IRA thugs but you don t really know why Then it falls on the Russians their IRA pals to get revenge So Superintendent Hannah Bernstein who is already injured in hospital after this melee is targeted At this point Dillon reaches a boiling point along with his British friends it s their turn for revenge And basically that is the story line sprinkled with a little spionage If it was done right like Tom Clancy s Without Remorse that would be different But it s fairly lame for a Higgins novel at least until the
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40 50 where it picks up A strong The Lost Art of Reading Natures Signs ending can give back some respectability I ve read other Higgins novels with a solid plot Much of the dialogue with the first two thirds of the book seems cliche So far my favorite Jack Higgins novel is Thunder Point A story with a strong plot This was one of Higgins better books I like most of them but this one had many different interlocking stories and plots Ef and rage Dillon Blake Johnson and all who loved Hannah swear vengeance no matter where it takes them But they have no idea of the searing journey upon which they are about tombark or of the bloody war in. Without Mercy

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