by Andrew Grant


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ISBN-13: 9780525619598
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/08/2019
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 110,574
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Andrew Grant is the author of RUN, False Positive, False Friend, and False Witness. He was born in Birmingham, England. He attended the University of Sheffield, where he studied English literature and drama. He ran a small independent theater company, and subsequently worked in the telecommunications industry for fifteen years. Grant and his wife, the novelist Tasha Alexander, live on a wildlife preserve in Wyoming.

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Chapter One

Excerpted from "Invisible"
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Invisible 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Virginiaw 4 days ago
Paul McGrath is an army veteran that goes back home to try to make things right with his dad. When he gets home he finds that his dad has died while he was on a mission. He also discovers that things aren’t what they seem. This sends him on a mission of his own where there are many twists and turns. I really enjoyed this character and hope there will be more books featuring him. I received a copy of this book through Netgalley for a fair and honest opinion that I gave of my own free will.
saberle 12 days ago
I have read a few books by Mr. Grant and am a fan. Invisible was not what I was expecting, and I am grateful for the pleasant surprise. At first blush, our protagonist seems to be some sort of military operative a la Jack Reacher. Which would have been fine. As Invisible progresses, we see that Paul, our hero needs to discover what happened to his father and why. Was his death related to shady business dealings? And where is the ex-partner in the business? Paul gets a job as a janitor in the courthouse, hoping to resolve his questions. Invisible does have many characters and sometimes that is challenging. Overall this is another absorbing mystery by a talented writer. Thanks to NetGalley for my copy
diane92345 12 days ago
First, there was Superman to help mankind. Then, Batman arrived to fight crime. Now, it’s The Janitor because everyone knows they’re Invisible but have access to everything. The Janitor, playing soon at your local multiplex starring Ben Affleck. Paul decides not to reenlist as an Army Special Forces Military Intelligence Officer (aka spy) because he wants to return home to reconcile with his father. However, when he arrives his father is dead. The police arrested his father’s business partner for fraud and manslaughter. However, crucial physical evidence is lost in the courthouse forcing a mistrial. The partner vanishes two days later. The detective on the case not so subtly tells Paul that if the evidence is found, the case will be retried. Paul uses his spy craft to acquire a job as a janitor in the courthouse so he can find the evidence files. While working there, he hears various tales of woe and becomes a vigilante. He calls himself, The Janitor. Okay, it sounds pretty campy. You can almost see the big red Pow! and Zonk! in your mind as you are reading Invisible. It begins completely differently with Paul’s last job for the Army. I would have preferred more of that story. However, the janitor story was entertaining. It seemed very cinematic. You do root for Paul though his side trips to fix everyone’s problem before resolving his own are distracting. The author, Andrew Grant, is the younger brother of Lee Child. He has written two series, both are trilogies, so I expect to see a couple more books in The Janitor series too. If you like superhero movies and thrillers, this novel will be perfect for you. If you like thrillers, Invisible is recommended as a breakneck read with a likeable lead. 4 stars! Thanks to Ballantine Books for an advance copy in exchange for an honest review.