Book Reviews of Flashpoint (Troubleshooters, Bk 7) (Audio Cassette) (Abridged)

Flashpoint (Troubleshooters, Bk 7) (Audio Cassette) (Abridged)
Flashpoint - Troubleshooters, Bk 7 - Audio Cassette - Abridged
Author: Patrick Lawlor (Narrator), Suzanne Brockmann, Melanie Ewbank (Narrator)
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ISBN-13: 9781593555924
ISBN-10: 159355592X
Publication Date: 2004
Edition: Abridged
Rating:
  • Currently 4.7/5 Stars.
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4.7 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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Helpful Score: 2
Part of her SEAL Team 16 series, this is the first book in Tom Paoletti's "Troubleshooters" saga. Starring Decker, Nash and Tess - it takes place in K-stan (aka "The Pit") and has them looking for an elusive laptop belonging to a terrorist who died in a recent earthquake. Nice love triangle between the aforementioned characters and throws in another female American to the mix once they arrive. Not a keeper but I did enjoy the action. Could have used a little more romance and a little less "save the heroine from the bad guys".
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Helpful Score: 1
Great book from one of my favorite authors.
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I had a really hard time getting into this book. Maybe because it was all new characters and it was a break off from the original team. I literally skipped a bunch and read the end part.

This was definitely not one of my favs from Brockmann.
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Fantastic!
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A great read, could not put book down
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Very easy read! Great author
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Very good book. Interesting storyline and keeps you wondering what's next!
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This was an extremely good read!! I tend to skip past "dry" parts of a book - this one had me turning & reading every page. I liked to change of locale - Kasbekistan isn't a usual choice. Ms. Brockmann made her characters - all of them - seem like regular people, with all the quirks us humans possess. This was the 1st "Troubleshooter" book I've read but I plan on reading as many as I can. Well-written, fast-paced drama-romance without alot of fluff.
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I have not found one of the troubleshooters series yet that I did not like it is going to be a disappointment to get to the last one. I wish they would keep coming.
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Former members of Seal Team 16 go to Kazebekistan as relief workers to track down a missing laptop with national security secrets.
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I love this series!
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Great action, suspense, drama, romance and humor.
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Readers first meet Agency computer specialist Tess Bailey posing as a topless barmaid in order to save field agent Lawrence Decker from a deadly setup. After she and gorgeous macho agent Diego "Jimmy" Nash succeed in rescuing Decker, they celebrate with a steamy one-night stand that they both later regret. Months later, Tess quits when she doesn't get the promotion she was promised; conveniently, partners Decker and Nash have quit the Agency as well and have signed on with a covert private agency, Troubleshooters, Incorporated. Assigned to earthquake-ravaged Kazbekistan (aka "The Pit") to retrieve the laptop of al-Qaeda warlord Padsha Bashir, they find themselves in need of a seasoned computer hacker: enter Tess. Player Nash is a bundle of nerves around Tess (he really likes her!), and Decker is smitten as well: it's the perfect love triangle. As Tess juggles the dangerous assignment and the affections of both men, Sophia, a mysterious woman who avenges her hatred of Padsha during the earthquake, asks their help in fleeing the country. Car bombs, shady American reporters, police interrogations, aftershocks and hot sex complicate matters, but it's a hotel ambush and Tess's kidnapping that sends both men on the rescue effort of their lives. Their brisk success allows the romantic entanglement to resume center stage, where, as far as romance fans are concerned, it belongs.
I loved this book! This is my 2nd Suzanne Brockmann book and I recommend her books to everyone!
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Great book!
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Another great offering from Brockman
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Stimulating plot and characters as all of Brockmann's are.
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Great book! Fast paced, sexy. A Navy Seal type book. I really enjoy Suzanne Brockmann. I only read her books after joining the swap. Now I have been through three and am still looking for more.
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I honestly couldn't finish this book. It revolves around Kazbekistan and terrorists which is a topic I absolutely abhor. Since I really like Suzanne Brockmann, I didn't read the back of the book before I purchased and I really should have. I greatly enjoy her writing and this book is no different from her others in that regard. I made it up to page 150 before I gave up. The whole terrorism thing and degrading women was just too much for me.
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Absolutely thrilling.
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Good read, more thriller than mystery. Good read though
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Part of Troubleshooters series, but does not involve Navy SEALs. Brockmann's characters are well-developed and she really lets us get into her heroes' heads.
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2005 book. Troubleshooters Inc. is an agency made up mostly of ex government agents from various agencies. I helps private citizens in trouble or goes where the Government can't officially go. This time they are after the laptop of a deceased terrorist and find a citizen or two in trouble while looking for it. I enjoyed it.
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Jimmy Nash and Tess Bailey are together again. Well sort of. Several months ago, Tess, a computer analyst, helped Nash save his best friend and colleague Decker from a potential hit. With the adrenaline running high and eyes wide open, Nash and Tess had a one night stand after all was said and done. Now, they are part of a team sent to Kazbekistan to help recover a laptop with enough information that could put a major dent in the fight against terrorism. Can these two work together or will their attraction get them killed?
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This is a great series, however, each story stands on its own as well
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5 stars - Veteran romantic-suspense novelist Brockmann serves up a heady mix of tension, romance and

international intrigue. Readers first meet Agency computer specialist Tess Bailey posing as

a topless barmaid in order to save field agent Lawrence Decker from a deadly setup. After

she and gorgeous macho agent Diego "Jimmy" Nash succeed in rescuing Decker, they celebrate

with a steamy one-night stand that they both later regret. Months later, Tess quits when she

doesn't get the promotion she was promised; conveniently, partners Decker and Nash have quit

the Agency as well and have signed on with a covert private agency, Troubleshooters,

Incorporated. Assigned to earthquake-ravaged Kazbekistan (aka "The Pit") to retrieve the

laptop of al-Qaeda warlord Padsha Bashir, they find themselves in need of a seasoned

computer hacker: enter Tess. Player Nash is a bundle of nerves around Tess (he really likes

her!), and Decker is smitten as well: it's the perfect love triangle. As Tess juggles the

dangerous assignment and the affections of both men, Sophia, a mysterious woman who avenges

her hatred of Padsha during the earthquake, asks their help in fleeing the country. Car

bombs, shady American reporters, police interrogations, aftershocks and hot sex complicate

matters, but it's a hotel ambush and Tess's kidnapping that sends both men on the rescue

effort of their lives.
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Fun, quick read. Makes you want to look for a spy boyfriend. :)
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A Troubleshooters Inc book. Tess Bailey joins a team that is going into earthquake ravaged Kazbekistan to recover a lost terrorist laptop. On this team is Jimmy Nash, a man she had a one nighter with months earlier. Brockmann portrays danger, romance and suspense in her typical manner
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Romantic suspense about to covert special ops. agents.
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Typical Brockmann. Enjoyable read!
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Veteran romantic-suspense novelist Brockmann serves up a heady mix of tension, romance and international intrigue. Readers first meet Agency computer specialist Tess Bailey posing as a topless barmaid in order to save field agent Lawrence Decker from a deadly setup. After she and gorgeous macho agent Diego "Jimmy" Nash succeed in rescuing Decker, they celebrate with a steamy one-night stand that they both later regret. Months later, Tess quits when she doesn't get the promotion she was promised; conveniently, partners Decker and Nash have quit the Agency as well and have signed on with a covert private agency, Troubleshooters, Incorporated. Assigned to earthquake-ravaged Kazbekistan (aka "The Pit") to retrieve the laptop of al-Qaeda warlord Padsha Bashir, they find themselves in need of a seasoned computer hacker: enter Tess. Player Nash is a bundle of nerves around Tess (he really likes her!), and Decker is smitten as well: it's the perfect love triangle. As Tess juggles the dangerous assignment and the affections of both men, Sophia, a mysterious woman who avenges her hatred of Padsha during the earthquake, asks their help in fleeing the country. Car bombs, shady American reporters, police interrogations, aftershocks and hot sex complicate matters, but it's a hotel ambush and Tess's kidnapping that sends both men on the rescue effort of their lives. Their brisk success allows the romantic entanglement to resume center stage, where, as far as romance fans are concerned, it belongs.
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY REVIEW
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This is book seven of the Troubleshooters series. This was not as good as previous books but nonetheless worth reading.
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Another great seal book from this author.
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love the troubleshooters, my kind of guys!
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Usual Brockmann- soft porn, well developed characters, if predictable- good read of a lonely, rainy night.
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Great Suzanne does it again.
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Jimmy Nash and Lawrence Decker work undercover for the CIA. They both leave the Agency after an incident where they were deemed expendable. A major earthquake in the country of Kazbekistan has caused the war-torn country to open its borders for aid. This gives Tom Paoletti's group, Troubleshooters, Inc., a chance to enter the country posing as relief workers. Their mission is to find the laptop of an al-Queda operative who was killed in the earthquake. Nash and Decker are part of the group infiltrating the country. Another member is computer expert Tess Bailey. Tess and Nash had a one night of passion before he left the agency. Now they must pose as husband and wife as they fulfill their mission to recover the missing laptop.

This is the seventh book in the Troubleshooters series, but the first book where the Troubleshooters are not part of a Navy SEAL team. We have a lot of brand new characters in this book, including Nash, Decker and Tess. Even though I didn't know these characters, I was pulled right into the story and couldn't put it down. My rating: 5 Stars.
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great book! But then again its one of Brockmann's so need I say more? Worth the read!
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great book!
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A fast paced, intriguing thriller. Characters are detailed and realistic. Twists and turns of subplots are woven perfectly throughout the story. They meshed so well into the over all story line that it really added to it, not take away like a lot of suspense stories.
It will be hard to turn this audio off, you might find yourself driving around the block a few more times before parking to hear more. You will definately be on the edge of your seat until the end!
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Very good story
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An exciting thriller about men and women operating where agents of the U.S. government cannot, and where America's most ruthless enemies thrive.
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Agent meets girl, agent has one night stand. Then agent and girl must pose as man&wife in Kazbekistan while on a mission to rescue a laptop. And they get it on.
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You can't go wrong reading anything by Suzanne Brockman.