Book Reviews of The Sigma Protocol

The Sigma Protocol
The Sigma Protocol
Author: Robert Ludlum
ISBN-13: 9780312982515
ISBN-10: 0312982518
Publication Date: 10/13/2002
Pages: 672
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 117 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Well, despite the fact that the book begins with a sextuple homicide and footchase through Zurich, this book took awhile to get into. However, once the plot got started, it was very engaging. Plenty of action and suspense, but well-plotted and not random. I figured out the "main" mystery and the big final "twist" about 100 pages before they were revealed, but that didn't detract from the overall enjoyment of the book. Definitely worth a read.
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Gripping and compelling. Keeps readers on edge of seat
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In Zurich, Switzerland, American investment banker Ben Hartman has arrived on holiday when he chances upon old friend Jimmy Cavanaugh---a madman who's armed and programmed to assassinate. In a matter of minutes, six innocent bystanders---and Cavanaugh---are dead. But when his body vanishes, and his weapon mysteriously appears in Hartman's luggage, Hartman is plunged into an unfathomable nightmare, and suddenly finds himself on the run.
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fast paced international best seller always gripping tale to the very end
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"In Zurich, Switzerland, American investment banker Ben Hartman has arrived on holiday when he chances upon old friend Jimmy Cavanaugh - a madman who's armed and programmed to assassinate. In a matter of minutes, six innocent bystanders - and Cavanaugh - are dead. But when his body vanishes, and his weapon mysterios appears in Hartman's luggage, Hartman is plunged into an unfahomable nightmare, and suddenly finds himself on the run. Meanwhile in Washington, D.C., Anna Navarro,, field agent for the the Department of Justice, has been asked to investgate the sudden - seemingly unrelated - deaths of eleven men throughout the world. The only thing that connects them is a secret file, over a half-century old, linked to the CIA, and marked with the same puzzling codename: Sigman
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NY Times Bestseller. Excellent Thriller.
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I really liked this book. From the first chapter, I was eager to see what would happen next. Exciting, well written book!
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Fun, easy read with some interesting twists and turns. Great fast-paced "man-on-the-run" adventure.
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The usual Ludlum edge of your seat story.
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Anna Navarro, special agent for the Justice Department, has been assigned to investigate the deaths of several eminent men, all advanced in age and all connected to a mysterious group called Sigma, founded in the last years of World War II. An accident brings her together with Ben Hartman, an American investment banker who is in Zurich investigating the death of his twin brother and finds himself the target of an assassination attempt. Who is Sigma, and why are some of its members being killed? More importantly, what grand project is in the works?
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Another convulated adventure by Ludlum. It takes place in Switzerland and Washington. This is a must read and I'm not going to ruin it for you by telling you what it is about.