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It is the ultimate nightmare of a deep-cover specialist - to come face-to-face with someone from a previous mission. Brendan Buchanan is hailed by a ...Show synopsisIt is the ultimate nightmare of a deep-cover specialist - to come face-to-face with someone from a previous mission. Brendan Buchanan is hailed by a man who knew him from another time and place. And the consequence is that Buchanan's career could be terminated. Just like Buchanan himself.Hide synopsis
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Description:Very Good. 0446600709 0446600709 From Publishers Weekly The...Very Good. 0446600709 0446600709 From Publishers Weekly The creator of Rambo and author of the bestselling The Fifth Profession has not lost his touch; this is a thrill-a-minute adventure novel. During his career as an undercover Army Special Operations agent, Brendan Buchanan has taken on more than 200 assumed identities. But when his cover is blown on a drug sting in Mexico, he is forced back on the identity he knows the least--his own. Buchanan receives a desperate SOS from Juana Mendez, the operative who posed years before as his wife. Determined to save her, Buchanan travels across the U.S. and ultimately back to Mexico accompanied by fearless, sexy Washington Post reporter Holly McCoy, who knows a lot about covert operations and is planning a feature on Buchanan. During their travels, they uncover a bizarre tale of a missing opera diva, her billionaire industrialist lover and his plot to destroy ancient Mayan ruins in order to exploit the world's greatest untapped oilfield. With all the action of a James Bond adventure and just a dash of the melancholy of John le Carre, this is a terrific suspense thriller, but it will probably be even more satisfying on the silver screen where the novel's lack of emotional or intellectual resonance will be subsumed in the highly kinetic adventure. Major ad/promo; movie rights to Universal; BOMC alternate. Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. From Kirkus Reviews Another bloated action-thriller from Morrell (The Covenant of the Flame, 1991, etc. ), who once wrote lean and mean but now enfolds his still-clever ideas in overblown, often bombastic plots. Here, he takes a nifty notion--a top-secret agent losing his own identity amidst his many false personae--and goes nearly nowhere with it, fast. During the past eight years, Brendan Buchanan has been scores of men, playing each with the skill of a de Niro. His newest role is that of Ed Potter, renegade ex-DEA agent; his goal, to take down a pair of vile twin Mexican drug-dealers. But while meeting the twins in Canc.
The book is written in an easy, pacy style. Good light reading material and always entertaining.
The plot is complicated, but easy to follow with a surprising, if slightly disappointing ending.
I would certainly read another David Morrell book and encourage friends, with an interest in suspense stories ...
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