Book Reviews of Blackout

Blackout
Blackout
Author: Annie Solomon
ISBN-13: 9780446616317
ISBN-10: 0446616311
Publication Date: 4/1/2006
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 44 ratings
Publisher: Warner Forever
Book Type: Paperback
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Margo kicks some serious butt, owns a serious set of killing knives, has a lot of scary dudes trailing her, and doesn't know why. She wakes up in the middle of the night with a headache and can't figure out where the last four weeks went.

Terrific book! It read like an episode of "Alias" without all the confusing Rembaldi story lines. This was my second book by Annie Solomon and it won't be my last. An excellent, fast-paced read.
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lots of action in this romantic suspense. margo is a tough skilled heroine who has no clue what's going on and jake is an undercover agent determined to find out.
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Similar in feel to Linda Howard's Kiss Me While I Sleep. Not a knock off, it has it's own story but the same people will like both books.
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Another winner by Annie Solomon!!
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A month ago Margo Scott was a book dealer with family and friends. Now, suddenly, she can't remember the last four weeks of her life, everyone close to her has disappeared, and she's the prime suspect in a murder. When an intruder attacks, she responds with lightning-quick moves she has no memory of ever learning. Undercover agent Jake Wise has her in his sights and can't decide if this mysterious woman is an assassin or a pawn. Is he tempted to protect her because she's innocent or because he's falling for her? Thrust together, these two loners realize that trusting each other is their only hope of survival. Because the good guys and the bad guys have one thing in common. They all want Margo Scott dead-the sooner, the better.
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False memory, an interesting if overly familiar plot device, forms the basis for the latest romantic thriller by Solomon (Blind Curve), an enticing read that shamelessly plants The Bourne Identity in the fertile soil of the current War on Terror. Margo Scott, owner of a small Washington, D.C., bookstore, awakens to find she can't remember the last month of her life. Worse, that same day she's questioned in the murder of Frank Temple, the deputy director of Washington's elite Terrorism Control Force, a man she swears she's never met. Soon Margo realizes she has no evidence of the normal life she knowsno photos, no contacts in her PDAwhile evidence of a life she has no recollection of piles up, including her expert combat skills and a government tail named Jack Wise. With a suspicious Jack at her side, she must find out how and why her memories were falsified, who murdered Temple and what happened during her lost month. Solomon takes her time getting to the heart of the story, but once the action kicks in the pace picks up considerably. Despite a forced romance between Margo and Jack (standard-issue bickering included), Solomon's latest is twisty and diverting, with well-written action sequences and a winning lead.
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Not a bad thriller.
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This is the first book by this author that I have read and I really enjoyed it. Not youe typical heroine. I couldn't put it down until it was finished.
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Great book! Full of surprises, suspense and intense drama right up to the last page. Oh, yes, a bit of romance here and there to give a little sexual tension to the mix. Highly recommend this book!
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I really loved reading this its got the mystery who done it!!!
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Excellent book, you don't want to put it down.