Friday, April 8, 2011

Review: The Silenced by Brett Battles

Professional “cleaner” Jonathan Quinn has a new client and an odd job: find and remove the remains of a body hidden twenty years ago inside the walls of a London building, before the building is demolished.

But Quinn and his team are being watched. Suddenly caught in the cross fire between two dangerous rivals, Quinn must unravel the identity of the body and why it still poses so great a threat even in death. Because a plot stretching from the former Soviet Union to Hong Kong, from Paris to London, from Los Angeles to Maine, is rapidly falling apart. And Quinn hasn’t been hired just to tie up loose ends—he is one.

THE SILENCED is fast-paced, thrilling and completely satisfying. I had a blast reading about Jonathan and going along with him on his mission.  As soon as I finished reading this book, I wanted to start over and read this series back-to-back.  When you're looking for a book that will keep your interest from cover to cover, pick this up.

Random House Publishing Paperback 
March 22, 2011
416 pages

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for free.

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