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All the Queen's Men
All the Queen's Men
Author: Linda Howard
In six New York Times bestsellers, including her smashing hardcover debut Now You See Her, Linda Howard has seamlessly melded thrilling sensuality and heart-pounding dramatic tension. Now she brings back the elusive hero who first appeared in her acclaimed page-turner Kill and Tell -- in a new blockbuster that is part suspen...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780671034412
ISBN-10: 0671034413
Publication Date: 8/1/1999
Pages: 336
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  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 88 ratings
Publisher: Atria
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 7
This is the first book I've given a 5-star rating, so that shows how much I loved it. It was quick and easy reading but the plot was excellent. I loved Niema Burdock's character, very unpredictable. I hope the author decides to turn Niema and John's characters into repeating characters in her other books. This is the first Linda Howard book I've read and she's got me snagged!
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Helpful Score: 3
John Medina, the mega-alpha hero, was everything I'd hoped and more. Superb story, excellent characters. I finished it in one night and immediately wanted to read it again.
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Sort of a sequel to Kill and Tell. It's a very good, mystery and love all in one.
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"Linda Howard has seamlessly melded thrilling sensuality and heart-pounding dramatic tension. Now she brings back the elusive hero who first appeared in her acclaimed page-turner Kill and Tell- in a new blockbuster that is part suspense,part passion and pure Linda Howard."
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A convoluted spy story, a steamy romance⦠all in all, a very good book! I love that the villain isn't just inherently evil as in so many other books. Linda Howard is fast becoming one of my favorite romantic-suspense authors.
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CIA agent John Medina and electronics expert Niemi Burdock share a violent past: the two were part of a covert operation that went tragically wrong, resulting in the death of several people. Now, five years later, their paths cross again and John, whose love for Niemi has only grown over time, is determined to keep her in his life for good. Having spent the intervening five years living a solitary, staid existence--due to feelings of guilt over the ill-fated operation--Niemi is somewhat reluctant to reenter the shadowy world she once inhabited. Still, she can't resist the lure and excitement of danger when John asks her to join him on his latest mission to discover the origins of a deadly new explosive already in use by terrorists.

Concocting a plan to reveal the source of the explosive, the two enter into a dangerous masquerade, walking a tightrope between safety and death, while passion boils beneath the surface. Unaware of John's feelings, Niemi fights her physical response to the legendary agent as her emotions, in frozen limbo for the last five years, thaw with astonishing speed.

First introduced in Kill and Tell, agent John Medina is as intriguing as the perilous world he operates in. Watching him in action, à la James Bond, is exhilarating--as is the single-minded intensity of his feelings for Niemi, whose ability to hold her own with John--on both a personal and professional level--and with the host of terrorists, spies, and double-dealers the pair encounter is impressive to say the least. Throw in a couple of chilling chase scenes, some romantic interludes hot enough to peel paint from the walls, and one or two bigger-than-life internationally connected characters, and you've got the latest from Linda Howard--a romantic thriller that's sure to be coming soon to a bestseller list near you.
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I think the best of Linda Howards books.
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i love linda howard, always a fast, suspenseful read.

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