Afraid of the Dark (Jack Swyteck) [James Grippando] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The New York Times bestselling author’s. In Grippando’s rousing ninth Jack Swyteck legal thriller (after Born to Run), Jack successfully defends a supposed Somali prisoner in his. Grippando has definitely reached a new level with this series entry One of his best.” —Booklist (starred review) A young girl’s murder sets.
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It’s very well written with a lot of character development with the secondary characters.
If I could meet a character in real life it would be Theo. Dec 29, Joseph rated it it was amazing. Don’t waste your time. May 23, Linda rated it it was ok Shelves: Think Grippando will be on my list to read more of.
Aug 25, James Thompson rated it it was ok. The women were sent to Ravensbruck concentration camp, which grippsndo meant quick or lingering death for the inmates.
Afraid of the Dark (Jack Swyteck, book 9) by James Grippando
Vince’s computer friend and McKenna father is behind the search andhe himself goes to London unbeknown to Jack and Vince. Publishes April 1st — Recv’d Arc from Publisher in lieu of honest review of book. If this review is helpful, I would appreciate you acknowledging it! Jamal knews the work Vince’s friend was doing with software that traced paedophiles file sharing back to it’s source, Jamal was jamex employee at one jamees but when freed he is cocky and takes no presaution thus he is located by the dark the franatic Who was jamew the black ops private firm facing hearings on black ops including the Prague site where Jamal had gone FBI agent Andie Hennings.
This particular one, Afraid of the Dark, was a bit better than some of the others IMO, although its storyline was a bit ridiculous.
Afraid of the Dark (Swyteck No. 9)
I can not recommend this book highly enough. It wasn’t as tight as I would have liked to see, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying it. We follow several different story lines: I didn’t figure out the ending, and at times I was very uncertain of the plot itself. It was afrakd as if the scope and implications were just beyond me, too big for me to get my head around properly.
I’d like to thank those nice people at HarperCollins for this review copy. Too many lose ends. Jun 09, Scottsdale Public Library added it Shelves: I loved reading about the investigation focused on McKenna’s killer, but the terrorist aspect was only somewhat interesting.
The truth is buried so deep and the evidence is based on the police convicting someone regardless of whether they are guilty or not.
This book is filled with twists and turns. Afraid of the Dark may be his most gripping yet.
When year-old McKenna Mays was brutally murdered, everyone knew who did it. It all goes back to three years before when a girl name McKenna Mays was brutally killed, and Paulo was left blind.
Open Preview See a Problem? This story is not for the faint of heart as it includes terrorist acts, revenge, torture, brainwashing, extreme rendition and other ugly acts. Mar 02, Chip Atkinson rated it it was amazing. I find myself liking the books where the action takes place in the courtroom the best, but it seems like those don’t happen often enough to keep a smile on my face.
If you visit Lidice, you will stand in the company eighty-nine bronze children. A few years later, Jack the hero of the storytakes on the case of a gitmo prisoner, who turns out to be the missing suspected killer, who is then killed, and really, the story just gets more confusing from there on.
Afraid Of The Dark
No trivia or quizzes yet. That was minutes before a blast made everything go black for Vince – forever. Again a good political thriller. This novel, like all in the Swyteck series stands gripando its own merit.