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Number of Pages: 384
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Series: Russian Trilogy
Noel Hynd has sold more than four million copies of his books throughout the world, including The Enemy Within and Flowers From Berlin. His most recent novel, Hostage in Havana, is the first book in the Cuban Trilogy starring Alexandria LaDuca. Hynd lives in Culver City, California.
cares1 Stars Out Of 5October 15, 2011caresQuality: 2Value: 5Meets Expectations: 1The story line was OK. My main problem was the language. I was very surprised when I found several curse words throughout the book. If I wanted that I would not read from christian books!
Sherrel Hailstone4 Stars Out Of 5Gripping story lineJune 3, 2011Sherrel HailstoneA good contemporary story of spying and intrigue. A good read
Judith HolsteinSt Louis MOAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5August 28, 2010Judith HolsteinSt Louis MOAge: Over 65Gender: femaleGreat end to the trilogy. Ending was a complete surprise. I would recommend all three books to any one who loves adventure and suspense. My daughter can't wait to read it.
Carl Stoehr5 Stars Out Of 5May 20, 2010Carl StoehrRead the entire triology series in two weeks. Very good and suspenseful. Right up there with the Tom Clancy's of the fictional world. Really makes you stop and think where we are in the end times with the terrosists cells that are thriving in every nation.
Suzannah Monser3 Stars Out Of 5April 19, 2010Suzannah MonserI read this whole trilogy. The suspense and intrigue would have rated 5 stars. However, I expect more from a Christian author selling through Christian avenues. I was so sorely disappointed and even disgusted with the author over missing opportunities to lead his readers to Christ. Three (3) times during the course of the Trilogy, the Russian mobster point-black asks the heroine about how to become a Christian. He doesn't use those exact words, but his intent seems clear from what is written. All three times, the heroine does not answer him. Once she refers him to another book, not the Bible. What's up with that!?! What a waste of paper. Mr. Hynd, you might as well sell these books from a secular vendor and don't waste anyone's time calling it Christian fiction.