Mystery Book Club Zero Hour by Jerome Preisler Buy book: $6.47
As competition heats us between UpLink International and the new tech giant Armbright Industries, UpLink's owner Roger Gordian isn't above a little friendly snooping--especially when one of Armbright's corporate sales agents disappears under mysterious circumstances.
I've collected and read many times over all the Tom Clancy books--those written only by him. I just can't enjoy those books where he has a co-author. It changes all the syntax and the stories are so very different than what TC himself write. When I read his own writing I can easily grasp the storyline, and enjoy the writing. Anyone else feel that way? Just thought I'd put in my 2 cents worth.
The start is a little usual and dry. IF you could give just a little more of a hint of something more foreboding, it might get a better start. It is just too typical of any mystery. This could be the start of any of quite a few mysteries.
The book is getting a little more interesting. It seems to me that Pat has 2 lives, and the Mrs. doesn't know it. Andrea or Donna Ann? How many kids? Did he move or did he move the Mrs. to town and keep his ohter family on the outskirts? And, who is the long standing appointment with a friend? A second family, possibly?
i have read this novel recently, he has mentioned lot about the pakistan and the pakistan rangers, first of all i have been over that area, there are no rangers, and he has mentioned about the president of pakistan as puppet of america, he might be but as a nation, they are not puppet, so one must think before writing the over character of one nation. one must not hit ego of some one, i will request that in future he should avoid such things, he is good writer and mine favourite as well.