Book Reviews of Flint (Grace Flint, Bk 1)

Flint (Grace Flint, Bk 1)
Flint - Grace Flint, Bk 1
Author: Paul Eddy
ISBN-13: 9780451409959
ISBN-10: 0451409957
Publication Date: 8/1/2001
Pages: 422
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Onyx Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Great kick-ass heroine. I really enjoyed this first novel featuring Grace Flint, a British undercover policewoman, who is out for revenge - and the man who's sent to catch her. The author is an investigative journalist so he knows of what he writes and it really makes for a gripping read.
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A reasonably good start to a thriller series. The cover compares Grace Flint to Modesty Blaise, but there's really no similarity, apart from both being women and dealing with international crime. The author is good at drawing characters (Grace, her father, Harry Cohen) with some depth, people we can worry about. The ending is a bit disappointing, to me, at least.
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Excellent read! Hang on!!
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Reporter Jack McEvoy's obsession is death. A serial killer is after cops, and his calling cards are the works of Edgar ALlen Poe...It becomes personal when Jack's brother is a target.