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Hong Kong (Jake Grafton Series #8)

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  • Posted September 21, 2012

    Highly recommend

    Keep this series going. I love it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2003

    Best Work So Far!

    All of Coonts' works are superb but this one is above the rest! If you like action, suspence, mystery with just a little romance, this is the book for you. From cover to cover, it kept my attention. Hated putting it down! Only one complaint, these novels are too short! The action just keeps going until suddenly, it's over. But that's what a good book is all about, right? What I like about Grafton is that he's a level-headed guy. Not egotistical but confident. A gentleman yet does what he has to do. He's the next James Bond! A guaranteed good read. HIGHLY Recommended!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2001

    Great Book

    'Hong Kong' is one of the best novels I've ever read. It was great from the start and I just couldn't seem to put it down

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2001

    Stephen Coonts Wins Again!

    In the latest installment of the 'Grafton Series' (as I call it), Stephen Coonts has producced another winner. In Hong Kong, Coonts diverges from the typical setting for our hero Jake Grafton, and melds him into a web of sinister plots, spy activities, and a revolution in the making. While this is a divergent difference from the other Grafton stories, the divergence is welcome. It gives an arena that shows how superb of a writer Coonts is, that he can take an 'action' hero and place him into a genre that is similar, but different. As the author of my own military/suspense/thriller, I thoroughly enjoyed this, as I did the others. I personally can't wait until the next installment arrives!

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