Book Reviews of Keys of Hell

Keys of Hell
Keys of Hell
Author: Jack Higgins
ISBN-13: 9780449142981
ISBN-10: 0449142981
Publication Date: 1/12/1981
Pages: 160
Edition: Reissue
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

3 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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I picked this up as a quick read and found it extreamly entertaining!! I couldn't put it down. I highly recomend it for those who like action books.
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Jack Higgins is the master.The characters are vivid and true to life.No one is better.This book is great.The writing is clear and the action is nonstop.
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Not my favorite Higgins's book so far, and I am beginning to notice a pattern. If you are a character in the first chapter of the book, go ahead and take the taxi/car/limo. Really. If you are a character that won't be in the rest of the book, don't listen to the offer of money. It isn't in your best interest.

Beyond that, it flows rather well, parts of the plot felt as if it had some holes, but overall Higgins can still make you care for the characters you should, and think that other certain ones have coming what they get.
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A suspense adventure thriller about a British agent sent to Albania to silence a dangerous double agent only to find out that the mission was only an elaborate trap someone set up to get personal revenge & he's the target.
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Intrique, mystery and international settings in this Higgin's thriller.