Friday 4 September 2020

Pandora Deception by David Bruns

The Pandora Deception (The WMD Files #4)The Pandora Deception by David Bruns
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bearing in mind we amidst a worldwide pandemic of Covid19 this story has a lot of relevance. With the threats facing the world changing day by day, a new agency is set up to identify and proactively dissipate new threats before they become a problem. Good idea but not that simple. David Bruns paints a picture of the worst possible scenario with WMD and Bondesque type villains. He builds the tension to a level where it could go any way and you are left imagining all sorts of awful outcomes and will the heroes of the day resolve it before the box is opened. Recommended.

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The Black Art of Killing - Matthew Hall

The Black Art of KillingThe Black Art of Killing by Matthew Hall
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A career in killing is all Leo Black has known. Finally forging a different life an old colleague dies and he finds out he was murdered. Is this the catalyst to draw him back to his old life. Matthew Hall let Black wrestle with the problem for a while until he is ultimately back in action trying to save the world from crackpot tycoons trying to utilise far reaching scientific breakthroughs. It will become clear early on that Black is a man of no compromise when it comes to combat. An exciting and thrilling novel full of action.

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