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  • Broché: 368 pages
  • Editeur : Head of Zeus; Édition : UK airports ed (30 janvier 2014)
  • Collection : Jack Mcclure
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1781856192
  • ISBN-13: 978-1781856192
  • Dimensions du produit: 14,4 x 3 x 22,8 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Another sizzling spy thriller starring Mr. Jack McClure 17 septembre 2013
Par Bookreporter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
"The secretary of homeland security is shot in the middle of the nation's capital."
"In his own home, no less..."
"No one could have known, let alone guessed, that he and his security detail would be shot to death by his own man, Jack McClure."

Secretary Dennis Paull had information that got him killed. Jack McClure was there at the time. He had an after-hours meeting with Paull, who gave him a problem to solve: Uncover the identity of a mole high up in their midst. But when McClure heads home, he doesn't realize someone has breached security and killed his friend.

The U.S. government knows it has a mole. They have known for quite some time, but it's the who that has been eluding them. Now, with the murder of Dennis Paull, the evidence points squarely at Jack McClure as both the mole and the killer. The Feds waste no time closing in for an arrest. Fortunately, for McClure, someone tips him off and he makes a run for it. By the barest of margins, he manages to get himself out of the country just in the nick of time. Of course, DC officials have long reaches, and men are soon hot on his trail and tracking his every move.

It becomes the proverbial race against time. McClure knows who he needs to find --- Secretary Paull gave him that name, along with the assignment --- but he also knows he needs to find that person before someone kills him to silence him forever. Therein lies the tricky part. You see, Paull's informant has cockily dropped hints that he can unmask the mole. But he's intimately tied to Iraj Namazi, aka The Syrian, a terrorist of the worst kind: brilliant, cunning and power hungry. Staying alive around Namazi can be challenging at best.

Complicating the mission is McClure's ex-lover, Annika Dementieva. The last time he saw her --- the woman he craves despite himself --- she betrayed him for Namazi. Now McClure is out to locate her and destroy her lover. When he does, will he also destroy her? And can he trust himself to keep his head when he sees her? After all, she is the one person in the world who can turn his brain to mush.

With relentless action, McClure is on a high-stakes chase through the U.S., Bangkok and Switzerland. And with the Alps as a backdrop, it can't get much more precipitous. Or much more beautiful. McClure must have nine lives, like a cat, to survive his many trials, and a resilience any spy would envy. But if he doesn't find a way to bounce back after every hitch, he risks a nasty death. And maybe the love of the only woman he cares about. Figuring out who he can trust --- especially Annika --- is his most pressing issue. BELOVED ENEMY is simply unputdownable.

Reviewed by Kate Ayers
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Very poor 1 novembre 2013
Par Full Tilt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I have enjoyed this author in the past but Beloved Enemy is not a good read. Too many death-defying escapes, twisted plot lines, breathless, silly sex scenes. This has been one of those books that I keep asking myself why am I reading it until I just decided to quit. I don't care how it ends.
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Eric Van Lustbader has done better. 19 novembre 2013
Par Brian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Hard to follow and not worth the effort to figure out who all the characters were. It was a struggle to finish.
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Needs new charactors.......................or something!! 30 novembre 2013
Par Norbiem - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Eric's books have become blase and hardly worth the time spent on them. Put a Jack Reacher in place of McClure and it might help. As it is, it's easy to lay down with little desire to pick it up again.
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Dreary 6 octobre 2013
Par Ken C. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
The prequel to Beloved Enemy is Father Night, which ended up with an average rating of 2 1/2 stars. With only 4 reviews as I write this, Beloved Enemy is doing better, but I suggest that you read the five star reviews to see what they have to say about the actual novel. Given how many books I read, it is inevitable that I put many of them down, unfinished. So it's a bit of a tribute to Beloved Enemy that I finished it, but it was really quite a struggle. There are too many characters, some with more than one name, a very convoluted plot, and a lack of something the reader can grab onto and care about. It sure isn't the nominal hero, Jack McClure, who has the charisma of a toilet seat. And speaking of toilets, this novel features what must be the first bathroom sex scene between two women. Not a Hallmark event. All in all, if you skipped Beloved Enemy, you would be doing yourself a favor.
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