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  1. says:

    This is third in a series first that I've read Ana Grey learns her former fiance has been killed in an undercover assignment She becomes an undercover agent herself and thrown in with the same group of Eco terrorists that killed him As she penetrates their secrets she learns than she would have liked to about her agency past mistakes and current corruption An enjoyable read obviously meant to be continued

  2. says:

    People who don't know guns shouldn't write about guns I assume the author spoke to an expert consultant before writing about snipers in her novel but her lack of knowledge means there are awkward incongruities that destroy our belief in the story Besides that the plot is awkward and the characters wooden I gave her two

  3. says:

    So it’s a bit of an absurd premise with the emotionally damaged and as we see in the story unrecovered agent be

  4. says:

    I loved the beginning as April set the stage with an interesting plot The middle to later part setup the book for the next i

  5. says:

    The author used to many adjectives and adverbs I feel this slowed down the story I will not read any other books by Ms Smith

  6. says:

    4 books in 22 years and counting makes for a tough series to follow especially when the first two were nothing outstanding but she's managed to keep me interested And I'll happily accept these terms if it means installments like this the third a pretty riveting and seemingly well researched undercover operation tale Whe

  7. says:

    i love genre fiction that is so sophisticatedly literary the language here is super some passages are extremely cool The tension in the kitchen is like waiting for a hurricane We are losing the sun and the palm trees are blowing inside out; traffic lights swing wildly on their cables The storm shutters are up and the house is sealed but within the hour we will be beset by knocking winds like a thousand screaming inmatesthe plot

  8. says:

    I have heard of a Judas

  9. says:

    This tale of an undercover agent who infiltrates an environmental terrorist ring in the Pacific Northwest was a great read I liked the characte

  10. says:

    The plot of Judas Horse is intricate and suspenseful I uickly got drawn into the story and found myself just where an undercover agent presumably ends up unsure of anything and everything but compelled to move on

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Free read Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook î April Smith

Oup of terrorists operating under the name of FAN Free Animals Now To find the murderer and prevent any further killing Ana goes undercover as an animal activist In the course of her investigation Ana encounters Julius Emerson Phelps the charismatic leader of a family of anarchist. I loved the beginning as April set the stage with an interesting plot The middle to later part setup the book for the next in the series I feel I may have missed some of the facts as started with this book and not at the beginning of the series

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S in rural Oregon whose secret past could blow the Bureau to pieces To matters worse Ana learns that Phelps is preparing a cataclysmic act of terrorism With time ticking away and her undercover identity in jeopardy Ana must find a way to solve her case and foil Phelp's bloody plot. i love genre fiction that is so sophisticatedly literary the language here is super some passages are extremely cool The tension in the kitchen is like waiting for a hurricane We are losing the sun and the palm trees are blowing inside out traffic lights swing wildly on their cables The storm shutters are up and the house is sealed but within the hour we will be beset by knocking winds like a thousand screaming inmatesthe plot though leaves a lot to be desired one small thing that bothered me uite a bit is that smith throws a little omniscient narration here and there without separating it from the rest of the narrative which is in the first person what is an omniscient narrator doing in a first person narrative there s in spite of the gorgeous writing the characters don t convince what is ana grey s story what is she after what are her longings her frustrations what does she want what is she afraid of Dick Stone is supposed to be charismatic in a troubled sort of way but i didn t get any of his charisma was ana seduced by it not clear the plot is supposed to delve into the complexities of power and corruption but that too remains vague the best parts of this book which i am still happy to have read are the small moments ana in undercover school ana on the scrambled phone in the stable at dawn before anyone gets up ana chatting up the wrangler not knowing who he is vaguely repelled by a brown hole in his gum ana in meetings trying to hold her own while the guys piss on each other why did this book remind me of michael ondaatje s Divisadero the disjointedness the never uite coming togetherness coupled with the fabulous language and an ill defined psycho existential longing do you really want to stick with mysteries april smith

Free read Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook î April Smith

FBI Agent Ana Grey returns to infiltrate the volatile core of an eco terrorist cell in the Pacific NorthwestOnly months after a traumatic shooting incident Ana is still emotionally unstable when she returns to work and learns that a fellow agent and former lover was killed by a gr. People who don t know guns shouldn t write about guns I assume the author spoke to an expert consultant before writing about snipers in her novel but her lack of knowledge means there are awkward incongruities that destroy our belief in the story Besides that the plot is awkward and the characters wooden I gave her two stars because it s not Mickey Spillane