Top Secret (Clandestine Operations Series #1)

Top Secret (Clandestine Operations Series #1)

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Top Secret 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 45 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read almost every book that the author has published and this one is as good as any of the previous books. One other reviewer mentioned that the author "rehashes" what is in other books in a series and that is true to some degree. However, I think that each book could stand alone, so retelling parts of the story is necessary. As the first book in a new series, this book does a good job of laying the foundations for future stories with these characters. I look forward to future books.
RedReaderKCMO More than 1 year ago
Admittedly this is a rehash of the Honor Bound novels but it does give a good telling of the beginning of the CIA and the political climate that started all the hostilities today. I am like others who have read the authors from the start wanting a better retelling of the history that is retold ad nauseum in every book since the first volume in a series. 
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DanDF More than 1 year ago
Very disappointing from previous books from years past. I wish he would finish the Korean War story line. This protagonist was very immaturely written and developed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
From the beginning of the book my attention was grabbed and I could not stop reading
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book just like Hazardous Duty  is straying from telling a good story to politics and basically trash. Don't waste your money.
MrBill13 More than 1 year ago
W.E.B. Griffin & company do not disappoint. Once again the bring us a fast moving espionage thriller with believable characters and situations. Mr. Griffins' understanding of the military psyche is flawless. Don't miss this one
jedmcnerney More than 1 year ago
The authors have again hit a home run with this new episode in their ongoing thread of books. This time they bring back characters last seen in the early Series following the careers of US Army officers from World War II through post-Vietnam in support of their latest protagonist and his dealings with the Gehlen Organization following the surrender in Europe. This was another volume I hated to put down and I trust there will be more forthcoming.
burtmann More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the intrigue and the story, just like I LIKE ALL of W E B Griffin's books. I have been reading his works since the late 1980's and whether it's WWII or Police or current - they are all good.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Not the best of books I've read by this author.
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Another great book and the start of an exciting series
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NCSafety More than 1 year ago
A great continuation of the spymasters.
BmanOH More than 1 year ago
another visit with old friends well worth my time and effort
JCD2 More than 1 year ago
Another enjoyable work form W.E.B.'S.  As always, the book was detailed and informative.  My only problem was in believing that a young second lieutenant would be honored and made a captain by President Truman then sent to Germany to oversee a top secret operation.  The unbelievable part was his indiscretion with a fellow officer's wife and how lightly it handled.
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cwoarmy More than 1 year ago
I read the reviews below and yes, he has a tendancy (maybe a lot) to re-hash or as maybe the author would say - to update or just review the material.  However, I bought the book and thoroughly enjoyed it and can't wait for the next.  There was an update in this book from previous but it didn't take away from the story and probably  added what ten to fifteen pages - skip over it if its old news.