Flashpoint (Troubleshooters Series #7)

Flashpoint (Troubleshooters Series #7)

by Suzanne Brockmann
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Flashpoint (Troubleshooters Series #7) 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 67 reviews.
exes_and_ohs More than 1 year ago
If you haven't read the other books in the Troubleshooter Series, this is a good book to jump into. I consider this the start of Act II for this series because Tess, Nash, and Deck weren't in the previous stories and we also meet key players in future books: Dave, Sophia, and Vingh. ---- I've been reading the books order (after I accidently read #13 and #14 first) and I didn't like how this book felt like it skipped something. If you read the other books, they're very connected. The series usually starts where the last book left off, but this one didn't. I honestly thought I skipped a book because this one didn't flow with the others. ---- This was a average book but I know that the events that took place in this book will have consequences in the next books, so I'm gonna to read it. I'm looking forward to Act II of the Troubleshooter Series!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I Love every single book from this author...There are all great, I'm just surprised that she didn't do much with Decker...I love him...Mrs. Brockman has to do a book about him and Sophia...and it will be great as all her books! Go for it! You will enjoy ever stupidity of Nash.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There are few authors books I buy in hardcover, because I can usually wait for the paperback version. Suzanne's books about the Seals will keep you reading all night. They make you laugh, cry and in the end wishing for more. I read this book without stopping for anything except to eat. Another winner.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Agency computer specialist Tess Bailey helps field agent Jimmy Nash expedite his partner Lawrence Decker from a potentially deadly scene. That night Jimmy and Tess make love, but he leaves for Mexico without looking back. Not long afterward, Jimmy and Deck quit the Agency and when Tess learns she will not get a field job, she leaves too.

Tom Paolitti of Troubleshooters, Inc (see Out Of Control and Gone Too Far) hires Deck and Jimmy. He assigns Deck as the lead with Jimmy and three other people to go into Kazbekistan to retrieve the laptop of a reportedly dead terrorist Sayid. K-Stan has been closed to the West and is the most dangerous pit around, but an earthquake has devastated the capital and western relief workers are in country giving the team needed cover. However, a computer specialist is needed badly and Tess is the only available one. Because of circumstances, Tess and Jimmy are to pose as newlyweds. Since the attraction is great that should look realistic though Jimmy fears his feelings. As the danger mounts, the love between Tess and Jimmy blossoms, but he believes he is not good enough for her.

FLASHPOINT builds up the suspense slowly but grips the reader from start to finish. The key to the tale is that the ¿good guys¿ contain distinct characteristics so that the audience can delineate them. The earthquake scenario is realistic (Iran proves that). Though the hero insists too often that he is a bad guy in spite of his actions of doing nice things for innocent people, fans will enjoy this taut tale and hopefully Ms. Brockmann will follow with a romance between Deck and the woman he rescued.

Harriet Klausner

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Another good book by Suzanne Brockman. Can't wait to read the others.
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This is a key and pivitol book in the future of troubleshooters. If you miss this book then you will miss a lot, for this is the beginning for the characters that go on in books 10, 13, and 14.
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