The Secret Keepers

The Secret Keepers am Kindle The Secret Keepers is the exciting sequel to Deadly Exchange I had the pleasure of reading an advanced copy and am looking forward to reading it in it s fully published

The Secret Keepers am Kindle The Secret Keepers is the exciting sequel to Deadly Exchange. I had the pleasure of reading an advanced copy, and am looking forward to reading it in it's fully published form. It is the continuation of the story of Sara Nardell, Frank Revere, and Peter Wellington, but can absolutely stand on it's own. It had been several years since I read Deadly Exchange, and picking up this book, I felt like I didn't miss a beat. The story is timely and engaging as it deals with human trafficking and world financial markets. And, as a bonus, my name is in the acknowledgements as the line editor. I highly recommend this book as well as Deadly Exchange, and I will write a more specific review once I am able to re-read this story as a reader rather than an editor.Re-reading - Loving reading it for just the story. Only a few chapters in and hooked!Definitely a better read when not specifically looking for edits, and the one scene that I thought needed better clarity certainly improved. Very enjoyable read. I love the Rastafarian and as someone who minored in Russian, I enjoyed that facet of Ivan and Katya as well. Fast-paced, timely, and exciting. Based on the ending, I am predicting another story with Sara and Frank (hopefully?).. In the sequel to award winning spy thriller, Deadly Exchange, when Sara Nardell and Peter Wellington meet with a man telling a tale of an upscale brothel in the heart of Manhattan, it disrupts the easy life of reunion that Sara and Frank Revere have enjoyed over the last year and a half Peter springs into action and assembles the Team, now part of a United Nations SpecialIn the sequel to award winning spy thriller, Deadly Exchange, when Sara Nardell and Peter Wellington meet with a man telling a tale of an upscale brothel in the heart of Manhattan, it disrupts the easy life of reunion that Sara and Frank Revere have enjoyed over the last year and a half Peter springs into action and assembles the Team, now part of a United Nations Special Operations unit And Sara soon discovers a world rampant with sex trafficking, from Vancouver to China What begins as a relatively simple mission blows up into something with much larger consequences, including economic world dominance, which endangers members of the Team and citizens of all western nations At the center of it, shrouded in deception, hides a Chinese government sanctioned group, known only as The Elders Like sediment stirred in a stream, deeper layers only further muddy the waters of truth and increase peril for all.. The best Book The Secret Keepers A gripping, entertaining read.

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  1. Author of stories where nothing is as it seems Praise for The Secret Keepers It is thrilling story with a hint of prophecy.a reflection of the social problems in our current society sex trafficking, cyber attacks, economic war for world domination Anna H, Slovakia The pace of the story made me not want to put it down until I finished Arnold A New YorkThe Secret Keepers, the long awaited sequel to the award winning spy thriller, Deadly Exchange, is available, including all e versions for Kindle, Nook, iBooks Kobo While The Secret Keepers is a sequel, it may be enjoyed as a stand alone story Deadly Exchange, available for Kindle, Nook, iBooks.Professioal reviews Deadly Exchange a riveting spectacle of thrills and chills that comes with a heart and soul More than just some thriller you put away after a reading, it is also a warning about making bargains with personal freedoms Podler Review an exciting thriller that keeps readers at the edge of their seats This is a frightening story that leads to an explosive ending This has the makings for an excellent movie Socrates Book Reviews If you like action thrillers with just a hint of science this is a book that you will want to pick up Simon Barrett, Blogger News Network, Book Review a fast paced thriller Eric D Goodman, Borders Books Reviewer, author of The Flightless GoosePraise for Deadly Exchange do not buy versions with these isbns 0595863914isbn13 9780595863914, as they are not legal is is a fantastic book a love story intricately entangled with a devious, take over the world story Desiree DiFabio, book club queen review Having worked intel for Uncle Sam, Deadly Exchange was glued to my hands from cover to cover When s the next one coming Look out Jason Bourne , Frank Revere is in town a most wonderful book Jeff Allen, Florida I really enjoyed it I liked it even than the last LeCarre I read Rocco Marano Reston, VAThis page turner Borders Books Review reveals the truth about invisible weaponry in use by the US government, other G 8 countries, and China.It is the Bourne Identity meets a present day V for Vendetta Professional Reviews Murder of Sex Geoffrey Gluckman has an excellent writing style and a real knack for keeping the reader guessing and engrossed in the book The author creates a scenario to grab the reader s attention and take them into Josh s world of sex and betrayal He does a remarkable job of setting the stage and making the reader feel as if they are part of the story Yvonne, Socrates Book Review BlogView OOSA s Review of Murder of Sex here on 4 by Tekisha Move over 50 Shades Of Grey, there is a new kid on the block But unlike 50 Shades Of Grey Geoffrey Gluckman has a fabulous plot line and a cunning way of telling the story a very fine piece of literature It is a wonderful exploration of the human psyche Where does love end and obsession begin Simon Barrett, Bloggernews Network This is a fairly intense book, definitely not light reading less than 200 pages but a lot is packed into those pages Leslie Storey, Blog Reviewer,StoreyBookReviewsMurder of Sex is a rip roaring tale that brilliantly fuses relationships between women and men, religion, human evolution, literature, sex, and subtle social commentary, all in under 210 pages.Praise for Murder of Sex The story gripped me right from the opening sentence to its highly satisfying conclusion It ended up consuming my whole weekend as I could not put it down It was even better the second time I read it as the story has plenty of depth and subtlety to reward reading it all over again you will have your heart in your mouth as you read it Dean Jordan review 2013 The best work of fiction I ve read in a long time A masterpiece on intimate human relationships

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  1. The Secret Keepers is the exciting sequel to Deadly Exchange I had the pleasure of reading an advanced copy, and am looking forward to reading it in it s fully published form It is the continuation of the story of Sara Nardell, Frank Revere, and Peter Wellington, but can absolutely stand on it s own It had been several years since I read Deadly Exchange, and picking up this book, I felt like I didn t miss a beat The story is timely and engaging as it deals with human trafficking and world financ [...]



  2. Of course I m biased In this sequel to Deadly Exchange 2007 , Sara Nardell and Frank Revere are enjoying their life together since being reunited Unbeknowst to Frank, Sara has been working with Peter Wellington as part of an intelligence unit, AEGIS, under the auspices of the United Nations.When Sara, Frank and the rest of Peter s elite team rescue girls from a Manhattan brothel, part of an international sex trafficking operation, Katya, one of the girls, leads them to startling revelations As S [...]


  3. In this sequel to Deadly Exchange 2007 , Sara and Frank return to assist Peter Wellington, who now runs AEGIS, a special operations force of the United Nations It s a thought provoking edge of your seat thrill ride Many of the characters from Deadly Exchange appear, such as Willem Tasker former Navy SEAL , John Wilde former CIA troubleshooter , and Toliver Cramden part time Hollywood stuntman and special ops guy for Peter However, the story centers around new characters Katya, a young woman ensl [...]


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