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Reader Review: This was the first Troubleshooter's book I read. I was concerned that I'd miss things from previous books, but each of the Troubleshooter's books stands alone. However, as I've found out since each book also brings back old friends. I'm enjoying the series despite reading it out of order, but it doesn't seem to matter. This particular book was very enjoyable. Nash and Tess were great characters and their interaction with each other as well as the other characters in the book was quite compelling. A great read.
From unrelenting action to intense emotion, from high-stakes drama to break-neck pacing, New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann is a novelist who does it all. Now after her blockbuster hardcover debut, Gone Too Far , Brockmann delivers an exciting new thriller about men and women operating where agents of the U.S. government cannot, where America’s most ruthless enemies thrive—and where every step you take just might be your last. . . .
Jimmy Nash has already lived two lives—and he can’t talk about either of them. Formerly an operative of a top secret government agency, he has found a new job with a shadowy company called Troubleshooters Inc. Created by a former Navy SEAL, Troubleshooters Inc. helps anyone in desperate need—which provides a perfect cover for its other, more perilous objective: covert special operations.
Now Nash and a quickly assembled team of expert operators have come to the earthquake-ravaged country of Kazbekistan in the guise of relief workers. There, amid the dust and death, in a land of blood red sunsets and ancient blood feuds, they must track down a missing laptop computer that may hold secrets vital to national security.
To get it done, Nash does what he does best: break every rule in the book and manipulate those who can help him get what he needs. But this time, Nash may have met his match in Tess Bailey, an Troubleshooters operative with all the right instincts—and zero field experience. The deep attraction between them is immediate . . . and potentially explosive, with risk at every turn. Now these two professionals must play out their dangerous games in the world’s most dangerous place—cut off from their own government, cutting deals with people they can’t trust, and guarding forbidden passions that threaten to compromise their crucial mission.
A full throttle adventure teamed with heated emotion, Flashpoint proves that Suzanne Brockmann can spin suspense unlike any other author working today.
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|Title of eBook: Flashpoint||Series: Troubleshooters, , #7|
|Release Date: 03-30-2004|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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Late Spring, Maryland
Before tonight, the closest Tess Bailey had come to a strip club was on TV, where beautiful women danced seductively in G-strings, taut young body parts bouncing and gleaming from a stage that sparkled and flashed.
In the Gentlemen’s Den, thousands of miles from Hollywood in a rundown neighborhood north of Washington, D.C., the mirror ball was broken, and the aging stripper on the sagging makeshift stage looked tired and cold.
“Whoops.” Nash turned his back to the noisy room, carefully keeping his face in the shadows. “That’s Gus Mondelay sitting with Decker,” he told Tess.
Diego Nash had the kind of face that stood out in a crowd. And Nash obviously didn’t want Mondelay—whoever he was—to see him.
Tess followed him back toward the bar, away from the table where Lawrence Decker, Nash’s longtime Agency partner, was working undercover.
She bumped into someone. “Excuse me—”
Oh my God! The waitresses weren’t wearing any shirts. The Gentlemen’s Den wasn’t just a strip club, it was also a topless bar. She grabbed Nash’s hand and dragged him down the passageway that led to the pay phone and the restrooms. It was dark back there, with the added bonus of nary a half-naked woman in sight.
She had to say it. “This was just a rumor—”
He pinned her up against the wall and nuzzled her neck, his arms braced on either side of her. She was stunned for only about three seconds before she realized that two men had staggered out of the men’s room. This was just another way for N
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Number of Comments: 4 Rating(s) 3 Review(s)
1 of 3 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
December 8, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Alice Springs, NA AU
I have to say that this is my least favourite Troubleshooters book, i just didn't get Jimmy & Tess. With that said i still wouldn't miss this book as you get to meet a whole new bunch and interesting and important characters. I love Suzanne Brockmann and think that anything she writes is worth a read.
This is my favorite of this series so far. I thou
March 25, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Hanford, CA US
This is my favorite of this series so far. I thought the location was interesting, I love Jimmy and Tess. I know alot of people choose Gone to Far as the best of the Troubleshooter books, but I highly recommend this one.
This was the first Troubleshooter's book I read. I
August 8, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Potomac Falls, VA US
This was the first Troubleshooter's book I read. I was concerned that I'd miss things from previous books, but each of the Troubleshooter's books stands alone. However, as I've found out since each book also brings back old friends. I'm enjoying the series despite reading it out of order, but it doesn't seem to matter. This particular book was very enjoyable. Nash and Tess were great characters and their interaction with each other as well as the other characters in the book was quite compelling. A great read.
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