All the Queen's Men (John Medina Series #2)

All the Queen's Men (John Medina Series #2)

by Linda Howard
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All the Queen's Men 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 87 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of my favorites. The title refers that this is a tribute to all the great Spy vs Spy Ian Fleming Adam Hall Martin Woodhouse, Manning Coles and many more usually British spy guys. But Linda Howard was smart enough not to try and write John Medina as a Brit. English and American are too different. Dick Francis excellent author had me wincing in Blood Sport trying to write American. That said the hero, heroine and villain are all well realized. I actually liked the low violence quotient. A female that is competent in this genre is a treat tho Howard did it in Tiger Dawn too. John Medina though sparsely limned is convincingly enigmatic and professional. Even the bad guy is interesting. People that complain about the sex being late in book just go read erotica like Jaid Black. A good author lets her plot and characters develop where it belongs. I liked that Niema's role was role playing undercover not just technical support like Brockmann's Tess Baily or her own earlier mission. Very few female spies around tho lots of detectives. Great job by Linda Howard.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this story. It was exciting and had great characters. I am in love with the mysterious and sexy John Medina. Too bad he can't be real! The way he took care of Niema was very cool. Before you read this book, I recommend reading Kill and Tell, where you get a brief introduction to John. You won't be sorry if you read these two books. I will likely be re-reading them both.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Linda Howard's work. This, however, was not up to her usual standards. The characters were unrealistic (more so than normal). I couldn't even get past the first few chapters.
fee More than 1 year ago
Kill and Tell was excellent followed up with All the Queens Men. Loved them both. Hope Linda will reenter John Medina into her books!
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Thoroughly enjoyed the book....action packed!
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asl1273 More than 1 year ago
I love Linda Howard. I have read and reread every book she has published probably about a 1000 times.
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Enjoyed very much
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