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A Danger to Himself and Others: Bomb Squad NYC Incident 1 (edition 2014)

by J.E. Fishman

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Title:A Danger to Himself and Others: Bomb Squad NYC Incident 1
Authors:J.E. Fishman
Info:Verbitrage (2014), Kindle Edition, 346 pages
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A Danger to Himself and Others: Bomb Squad NYC Incident 1 by J.E. Fishman



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Good storyline yet with all the intensity that the story presented at some points it did seem to drag on a little bit ( )
  Preston.Kringle | Nov 23, 2018 |
Detective Manny Diaz is the only on the NYC bomb squad who thinks that disabled army veterans blowing themselves up outside recruiting stations are not terrorists but something else. But as the title suggests is he danger to himself and others?

This is a good story with interesting characters and Manny Diaz is one the reader gets to understand how he ticks. There is much detail and descriptive situations that you know this guy knows what he is writing about. It is a good book; not great but certainly kept me interested. ( )
  grumpydan | Sep 26, 2014 |
I breezed through this book in a few days when I found myself glued to the page to find out what would happen next after the first two supposedly suicide bombings took place. Fishman does a great job of creating an authentic atmosphere for the reader. You are drawn into the NYC Bomb Squad and the story gives you a real feel for the tense atmosphere in the city. What’s interesting as well is the level of character development in the book. Fishman paints a picture of the intelligent driven hero who is also psychologically on edge. The most interesting character in my view though is the villain and the slow unraveling as the reader begins to understand why he is pursuing such a twisted vendetta. Great read and definitely a page turner. ( )
  pujaguha | Sep 16, 2014 |
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