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Final Target

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2002

    Pretty Good

    This was a little hard for me to get into, but once I did , it sure was a good book. This is the first book that I read with the CD's for the book, very nice to read this way, exspecially if your driving, since you can't read when your driving you can listen to the story. Then read when you get home!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2001

    Good Book

    I thought the book was very good. Not quite up there with Ugly Duckling (my favorite Johansen novel), but a good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2001

    SUSPENSE AT FULL-THROTTLE

    In Vasaro, France seven-year-old Cassie Andreas, the U.S. President¿s daughter, awakens to find a heinous massacre taking place in the family¿s farmhouse estate. Everyone, including her Secret Service bodyguards and her nanny (who ended up betraying her) has been killed. She begins a desperate search for a family heirloom called the Wind Dancer, which she feels will provide an emotional escape from the bloodshed around her. Just as she finds the statute, she is saved from certain death by a mysterious stranger named Michael Travis, and slips into catatonic trauma. We learn that Travis is an elusive underworld ¿information¿ broker and thief. President Jonathan Andreas is not sure if Travis is the hero he appears to be, or if he had another reason for being at the estate that evening. Andreas moves Cassie to the Virginia home of Dr. Jessica Riley, who helped her own sister Melissa come back from the same condition. Jessica doesn¿t seem to be getting anywhere with Cassie, but when Melissa returns to visit at the same time that Travis bargains his way back onto American soil, things begin to heat up tremendously. Although it appears that Melissa has a ¿special¿ connection with Cassie that Jessica cannot understand, it is Travis who holds the key to Cassie¿s recovery. He soon launches a deadly game of Russian roulette with the little girl¿s life, drawing them all into an international nightmare in which one of the main characters is brutally murdered, and the others are left to create the bait that will flush out a killer. FINAL TARGET starts with a bang and escalates from there. This is a solid chase that features restrained passions, coolly determined characters, and unspeakable danger. 4 Stars. This is a solid, entertaining read. The characters are very well developed and the dialogue is sharp. However, a little more information about catatonic trauma would have added more depth and believability to the plot.

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