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BOOK REVIEW: The Last Minute  

Posted by Scott Wilson

Title: The Last Minute


Author: Jeff Abbot

Publisher: Sphere

RRP: $32.99

ISBN: 978147443311

Release Date: June 2011

Pages: 512



Description:

The next instalment in the gripping new Sam Capra series.

Sam Capra is an ex-CIA agent, an ex-husband, and an utterly devoted father to a child stolen from him by Novem Soles, an international intelligence agency as mysterious as it is powerful.

In exchange for his abducted son, the group commands Sam to commit a high-profile assassination. Teaming up with an equally desperate woman, Sam must unravel a deadly conspiracy and keep himself alive if he's to rescue the only thing in the world that matters to him.

The most dazzling novel yet from one of the world's best-loved suspense writers a relentlessly exciting, emotionally involving tour de force.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jeff grew up in Austin and Dallas. He graduated from Rice University with a degree in History and English and worked in advertising for many years before turning his attention to writing. He lives in Austin with his wife and two sons. Author website: http://www.jeffabbott.com

Review:

Sam Capra is very much a persona non grata with the CIA. He was the only survivor when a bomb exploded, killing all his colleagues in the firm's London office.

His bosses believe he is a killer and a traitor. On the run, his wife in a coma, he is contacted out of the blue by a mysterious group.

His infant son, whom he has never even held, has been kidnapped. The kidnappers will give him his son provided he kills someone for them.

Teaming up with a woman with a mysterious past whose daughter has gone missing, he must track his missing son across America before the CIA catch him or the kidnappers kill his child.

This is one great, fast-faced thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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