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Chameleon (City of London, #2) by J. Jackson Bentley
Comments Log in or register to comment. Thanks for subscribing! Yes, submit this vote Cancel. You must be logged in to vote. Whilst trying to put his life back together he receives an offer to act as a security consultant for When award-winning journalist Max Richmond lands at Dubai airport, hoping for a relaxing holiday, he finds himself 'volunteering' for a special assignment alongside an Australian Federal Agent and an ex-NYPD detective.
Their small task force is as Suddenly in the midst of the carnage there appears a familiar face, a man who wrecked their family and murdered a much loved mother. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Jackson Bentley. Details if other :.
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The second in the deeply authentic City of London Thriller series has shocks at every turn as the plot rac Vastrick Security are hired to keep an African Stateswoman alive for just 72 hours until she can deliver a speech that will rock the world. A gripping story told in around , words. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , pages. Published December 10th by Fidus Publishing first published January 1st More Details Original Title.
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It kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. There were a lot of twists including one big surprise that I never had come across before. Felt a little let down but this was probably only as I was expecting the second book to be just as amazing as the first book.
However, I will continue to finish the series which consists of 4 books. Chameleon just seemed to drag on a little sometimes with over development of characters and pointlessly rambling monologues. Loved the fight scenes, and as a feminist this storyline is incredibly empowering. The villain is a woman which is unusual in these types of books! The intelligent, cunning, and murderous undercover agent is almost always a man Once again Dee was presented as the epitome of independence, and I am forever in awe of her character with her only chink in her armor being her love for Josh.
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Sep 11, Katherine rated it liked it Shelves: books-i-own , , kindle-books. Keeping a Stateswoman alive for 72 hours so she can eventually deliver a speech couldn't go wrong. I was a bit let down from this book because the first book was so good. I just expected too much I guess. I will continue the series because I own them and I'm a completionist at heart. I just don't like rambling monologues. Its not my thing. But I did like that the villain was a woman which is unusual in these types of books.
The cunning, intelligent, and murderous undercover agent being a Keeping a Stateswoman alive for 72 hours so she can eventually deliver a speech couldn't go wrong. The cunning, intelligent, and murderous undercover agent being a female is cool and rare.