Three Lives Down

Three Lives Down

by Rachel Amphlett

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BN ID: 2940161341339
Publisher: Rachel Amphlett
Publication date: 11/16/2015
Series: Dan Taylor
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 920,745
File size: 646 KB

About the Author

USA Today bestseller Rachel Amphlett writes crime fiction and spy novels, including the Kay Hunter British detective series, the Dan Taylor espionage novels, the English Spy Mysteries featuring Eva Delacourt, and a number of standalone crime thrillers.

Rachel is a member of International Thriller Writers and the Crime Writers Association, with the Italian foreign rights for her debut novel, White Gold, being sold to Fanucci Editore's TIMECrime imprint, and the first four books in the Dan Taylor espionage series contracted to Germany’s Luzifer Verlag.

Her novels are available in eBook, paperback and audiobook formats from worldwide retailers as well as her own stores at

You can stay in touch with Rachel via her Reader’s Group by joining at

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Three Lives Down (Dan Taylor) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good read – will keep you interested to the end! The book follows a character, Dan Taylor, who works for a government agency and was already introduced in two earlier books. Though it’s not necessary to have read previous books, knowing Dan’s background a little does maybe give the reader a better understanding. Dan & his reporter friend Sarah are thrown into an exciting, deadly investigation into an international theft. The pace of the story is fast, every chapter leading directly into the action of the next. The topic is scary but also unfortunately quite credible for today’s world. This makes the tale gripping. Even the villains are believable, as we get some insight into their warped thinking. The end of the book seemed to pull together some big themes - perhaps too much. There was consequently a lot of explanation given by the characters. At times I was left wondering who were the good guys anyway? The climax, as such, seemed a little convoluted and perhaps deliberately contrived to ensure that Dan will live to star in a sequel? I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a light but credible adventure story, with some fast paced excitement, a bit of romance, but not too much, about a current potentially threatening topic. I was fortunate to receive an ARC copy from the author for review.