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Memories Die Last [NOOK Book]

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A former CIA spook, the woman he always wanted but couldn’t have, and a nemesis from their past all come together in an explosive mix of intrigue and espionage.

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Memories Die Last

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Overview

A former CIA spook, the woman he always wanted but couldn’t have, and a nemesis from their past all come together in an explosive mix of intrigue and espionage.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033083121
  • Publisher: eXtasy Books
  • Publication date: 2/29/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 436 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2013

    Just book ever

    This the best book ever . I love it and i love yall

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2003

    Trouble in Paradise¿.

    All Nick Seven wanted after he retired from the CIA was to live a normal life, running his restaurant/bar in Key Largo. He had almost been able to live with the loss of his love, killed years ago, by his arch enemy, Lavender. But the past wouldn¿t let him go. Was Lavender really dead? And worse, he no longer knew who he could trust. When his re-assembled ¿team¿ started to fall apart, he had to face the unthinkable. This is a very well written story that is really almost two stories in one. Just when you think all is well that ends well, you and Nick are drawn in once again, into some unfinished business. Could he survive one more time? And could he protect Felicia, the Barbadian beauty he had come to love? I just wish the book was longer¿ I wanted more! Hopefully, Tim Smith will continue to entertain us with many more stories of ¿Lucky¿ Nick Seven¿ the newest member of heroes to join the ranks of Dirk Pitt, and Ben Gannon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2003

    Government corruption

    As mentioned, "Some memories are better left alone". Indeed, as Nick Seven tries to cope with the fast pace of intrigue he is drawn back into, he has a difficult time reconciling his memories with his life's work. An exciting story revealing government corruption at the highest levels. Tim Smith has a winner in this fast moving adventure of thrills and gritty action.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2002

    A fast-paced page-turner!

    Tim Smith has created an engaging character in Nick Seven, a former CIA agent trying to get over a painful personal tragedy on Key Largo. Just when he thinks his life is in control, he gets yanked from his paradise to pursue an old nemesis he thought he'd disposed of years earlier. Smith juxtaposes the laid-back atmoshpere of The Keys with plenty of action, and a love interest in the form of a former co-worker named Felicia, who is a fantasy come to life. There's plenty here for everyone - action, intrigue, suspense, lush locales and sex, balanced with the right amount of humor and crackling dialog. Don't pass this one up!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2002

    'sexy and stylish' - Midwest Book Review

    Tim Smith has a winner with his first book. I don't pretend to be an expert in the 'thriller' genre, but I do appreciate good writing, well-drawn characters, and dialog that crackles with realism. This book has that. Nick Seven is the main character, trying to live down his past in Key Largo. Nick is given to solitary reflections on the death of his wife and a job that went sour. Some memories are better left alone. Nursing his favorite scotch and smoking Winstons as he takes in breathtaking sunsets seems to be Nick's only comfort. The ex-C.I.A. anti-terrorist operative turned successful restauranteur doesn't live his peaceful life for very long. His old boss wheedles him back into action and calls up Nick's old partners, 'Team Seven'. The one good thing that comes of this reacquaintance is that Felicia Hagens comes back into Nick's life. Nick is nobody's patsy, and soon resumes the tough guy image that made him so good at his old job. Reluctance to put another woman he cares about in harms way is soon forgotten as a new relationship begins. Felicia's voracious sexuality takes Nick outside his sorrow and brings him back to life, but even that delight cannot deter him from the task at hand. Nick works his way through a convoluted group of evil doers, taking each new lead as it comes with his usual aplomb. This is a hard-edged, sexy and stylish book with a savvy, no-nonsense hero. I liked it, and hope to see more out of Tim Smith very soon.

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