The Nearest Exit - Olen Steinhauer Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Olen Steinhauer / Kindle Edition / 416 Pages / Book is published 2010-10-01 by Corvus
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by - written on 16/07/12 (Very useful, 28 readings)
In the wake of the success of things like the Bourne books, every other book these days seems to involve a top secret black ops government department so to stand out, a thriller needs to be something very special. Whatever that magic ingredient is, The Nearest Exit doesn't have it. It's a perfectly competent thriller, but does doesn't have anything that's not been done dozens of times before. Milo Weaver works for The Department of Tourism, not, as it sounds a gentle government agency responsible for promoting the delights of America to foreign visitors, but rather a top-secret black ops organisation whose operatives carry out the CIA's dirtiest business ... Read the complete review
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