The Midnight Caller (Jack Widow Book 6)

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The Midnight Caller

Author - Scott Blade
Published - November 11, 2017
Length - 317 pages

The saga continues...

One of the great things about this series is that each book can stand on its own so you don't have to start at the beginning but it is helpful in understanding Jack Widow.

It seems that Russia is all the rage recently and this book is capitalizing on the trend.

The birthday boy is in the big apple. An unexpected call at the oddest location leaves Widow with an, even more, unexpected birthday gift. As it seems is his life, a gift never seems to be just a gift.

Looks like the good old spy games continue. Meet Eva Karpov. A devastatingly beautiful women who has no problem using her assets to get whatever she wants and even Widow seems incapable of resisting.

Throw in an homage to a Tom Clancy classic "The Hunt for Red October" and how could any action/thriller fan resist. The good guys aren't always good and the bad guys aren't always bad.

It's no secret that I'm a huge fan of this series and this was another killer for my action fix. I read a lot and it always fascinates me how different books read. Some seem to take forever to get through and others, like this one, seem to fly by. I could have used a couple hundred more pages.

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