The Mozart Conspiracy (Ben Hope Series #2)

The Mozart Conspiracy (Ben Hope Series #2)

by Scott Mariani
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The Mozart Conspiracy 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 43 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
International opera star Leigh Llewellyn sends a message to her former lover Ben Hope that she needs his help. A former SAS solider, Ben immediately visits Leigh. She explains her late brother Oliver who was Ben's friend was writing a biography of Mozart when he suddenly died in Austria under questionable circumstances. She fears for her life too as she thinks her sibling was murdered over the seemingly innocuous book. Though he doubts it is foul play, Ben agrees to protect Leigh. However, as he expected to rusticate with his ex lover, Ben revises his opinion when deadly mobsters try to kill them. Apparently the father of Leigh and Ben found a previously unknown Mozart letter dated just before the great composer died. In it Mozart accuses the secret Order of Ra members of odious deeds including assassinations and provoking war. This lethal cabal remains active with Ben and Leigh in their crosshairs for elimination. The latest Ben Hope thriller (see The Doomsday Prophecy and The Heretic's Treasure) is an exhilarating tale that is a cross between Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code, Harrison Gradwell Slater's Night Music and Dick Adler's The Mozart Code. The story line is fast-paced as Ben and Leigh struggle to stay alive while the deadly operatives of the Order of Ra want them dead. Harriet Klausner
Bob555 More than 1 year ago
Enertaining, a little romance, and enough action.
Zas More than 1 year ago
You already have the gist of the tale, or how it begins. You're thinking about it... Shall simply say "Go for it!" If you are old enough to know Ludlum in his glory days, or got swept up in "The DaVinci Code", you must read this. It is as fast paced as either of these two. His use of words, sometimes sparse, sometimes evocative, always as though you were 'seeing the movie', is well worth it. And his hero, Ben Hope- a mysterious man, with heart, flaws, and the knowledge of guns and fast moving vehiles we all want. I did get so drawn in that I wanted more. 'The Mozart Conspiracy is available in the U.S. in hardcover right now. But there are five other Ben Hope adventures, availlable as ebooks. In a month, I have read three, am on my fourth. Actually, reread two... These books are, as a colleague of mine might say, smart peoples fun. You learn much along the sdventures, and then you hang on to the adventure!
Barnseys_Books More than 1 year ago
A thoroughly enjoyable, action-packed read. The only slight criticism I have is Ben Hope's lack of research into his employer's background. He appeared to take everything at face value, whereas a little bit of research would've been more logical. Despite this, I was hooked and will definitely be reading more of Scott Mariani's Ben Hope adventures.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fast action, good plot. Good read
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MiltFL More than 1 year ago
Great book. Up there with Balducci and Silva
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A decent story that just seemed to drag the further into the book I got. Believe that the book is a good solid 3 stars and would recommend it, just not real strongly. Blood and guts sceens wdere not carried oit and the relationship (love scenes) just totally flopped.
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wolfe86 More than 1 year ago
Hated the ending of this book. Otherwise a well written and paced thriller for the most part... ish... I'm not against having the type of ending in this book, it just seemed obnoxiously unnecessary. Should have quit while he was ahead.
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