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Noble Intentions: Season Two (Episodes 6-10)

by L.T. Ryan

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Another episode of the Jack Noble story. It picks up from the previous book with Jack literally rising from the dead! Lots of action with Bear and Clarissa who all have there own stories that become interwoven at the end. Great punchy writing with short chapters and loads of action which often falls on the side of the unbelievable. But still good to read and I am looking forward to reading the next instalment. On the down side there were far too many grammatical and spelling errors in the book which took the some of the enjoyment away from the read. ( )
  imyknott | Aug 26, 2016 |
Jack Noble's been dead for six months, so why are people still trying to kill him? He decides to come out of hiding and surprises many of his friends, associates and enemies alike. Bear is knocked unconscious in a bank and Mandy is kidnapped. Who done it and why? Mr. Ryan takes readers on a whirlwind journey between the U.S., Russia, France and Greece. Jack and Bear end up on separate teams with different missions - both ordered to assassinate high ranking officials within a notorious mobster organization. and later come together to seek out a mole within the Pentagon. People high up suspect, but aren't saying. When Jack gets close to finding his target, friends and associates begin dying. Nobody can be trusted and everyone is suspect. Is Jack's former partner, Frank, behind this? It's a rollercoaster ride between the continents and difficult to set the book aside. Highly recommended.

John Podlaski, author of "Cherries - A Vietnam War Novel" and "When Can I Stop Running?" ( )
  JPodlaski | Jul 15, 2016 |
The story picks up from Noble Intentions Season One. Without giving anything away, Jack, Clarissa, Bear and Mandy get involved in all sorts of problems again. Sometimes the plot lines for each character seem quite separate and at other times the story comes together. Jack quite literally comes back from the dead, narrowly escapes being killed again and the action kicks off from there!
These books are great. I like the short chapters and fast paced storylines packed with action - the only issue is the occasional misspelling, substituted word or sentence which doesn't make sense. The editing errors make this a four star, not a five star read for me - but it won't stop me from reading the next installment! ( )
  Elainedav | Dec 29, 2013 |
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Jack Noble is dead. A ghost. At least that is what the world believes. Truth is, he's been hiding out on the Greek island of Crete for six months. Three people know Jack's secret: one is with him; another needs him back in the U.S.; the third wants him dead. Six months is a long time for a guy like Jack to be out of action. His edge has eroded. He is contemplating leaving his old life, slipping away, disappearing for good. But Jack realizes he can't hide forever. He made a mess and now he has to clean it up. He will repay his debt or die trying.… (more)

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