Book Reviews of The Cardinal Rule (Strongbox Chronicles, Bk 1) (Silhouette Bombshell, No 71)

The Cardinal Rule (Strongbox Chronicles, Bk 1) (Silhouette Bombshell, No 71)
The Cardinal Rule - Strongbox Chronicles, Bk 1 - Silhouette Bombshell, No 71
Author: Cate Dermody
ISBN-13: 9780373513857
ISBN-10: 0373513852
Publication Date: 12/13/2005
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.
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3.1 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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A fun, entertaining read. Geared towards women, so keep that in mind while reading.
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Silhouette Bombshell Series! "Somwhere in Italy, a powerfull and secretive organization was creating an army of weaponized robots. The goal? To 'persuade' the world that their vision of the future was the right one. And agent Alisha MacAleer had the fob of infiltrating them while defending herself from a robot that had targeted her."
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The author also writes the Walker Paper series under the name C.E. Murphy. Really different in style, but fun.
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Good book with nice use of technology and espionage. Not too much, just enough to be believable. Continues with two other books.
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Pretty good- story moves well.
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SOMETIMES A SPY HAS TO MAKE A TOUGH CHOICE. OR THREE.

Somewhere in Italy, a powerful and secretive organization was creating an army of weaponized robots. The goal? To "persuade" the world that their vision of the future was the right one. And agent Alisha MacAleer had the job of infiltrating them while defending herself from a robot that had targeted her. Worse, the mission and Alisha's life soon hinged on three choices that only she could make: Alisha had to decide if her ex-lover turned mercenary was telling the truth this time. She had to learn if her boss's son was a double agent for or against the U.S. -- and whether she'd been betrayed by the people she trusted most

Yeah, just an average day in this spy's world. . . .