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Sunday, 16 February 2014

Review: Lunden's Game - Robert D. Rose

Lunden's Game by Robert D. Rose
Ann's rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book from the first chapter. You get sucked in to the story from the second page and it doesn’t let go. There are spies, robberies, cool electronics and mystery. You also have Nazi’s, government agencies and all sorts of wonderful bad guys. The story isn’t straightforward but instead takes unexpected twists and turns and I loved it. This is not a book you are going to figure out before the end and that makes it a true treat.

Lunden is a complicated and interesting character with a lot of past and an uncertain future. He has lived his life and you realize that you won’t ever really know him. But that doesn’t matter. He is totally engaging. And then there’s David, who is completely over his head, but such an important part of the total story.

I want you to understand just how low my tolerance is for bad spy stories is. I have a list of them that I will never try to read again because I figured out the entire story by page 50. That is definitely not a problem here. This is one that I will read again and again.

Lunden's Game

5.0 of 5 stars 5.00  ·  rating details  ·  1 rating  ·  1 review
It was a kidnapping and revenge scheme so over-planned it was bound to fail, but 22-year-old David Thorne doesn’t have much of a choice. Retired spy Gregor Lunden has taken Thorne’s $170,616 share of a Baltimore robbery. To get it back means help Lunden commit a kidnapping and probably murder. David Thorne is determined that it won’t be his own....

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