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Hidden Order
by Brad Thor and Armand Schultz


Overview - Action-packed from the start, Hidden Order demonstrates yet again why Brad Thor is the "master of thrillers."

A string of high-profile kidnappings has Washington, D.C. in a frenzy. When the victims begin turning up dead, frenzy turns to panic.  Read more...


 
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Overview
Action-packed from the start, Hidden Order demonstrates yet again why Brad Thor is the "master of thrillers."

A string of high-profile kidnappings has Washington, D.C. in a frenzy. When the victims begin turning up dead, frenzy turns to panic. And when the ransom demand is finally made public, panic will turn to terror.

In Brad Thor's riveting new thriller, the stakes have never been higher, nor the lines between good and evil so hard to discern.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781442361843
  • ISBN-10: 1442361840
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio
  • Publish Date: July 2013
  • Page Count: 10
  • Dimensions: 6.71 x 5.04 x 0.98 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.6 pounds


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Books > Fiction > Thrillers - General
Books > Fiction > Political

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2013-09-02
  • Reviewer: Staff

In Thor’s latest, an assassin is viciously reducing the short list of candidates for the top job at the Federal Reserve, and it’s up to rugged, hypereffective private intelligence operative Scot Harvath to halt the hits. He and a small band of associates—including his outspoken boss, Reed Carlton, and Boston detective Lara Cordero—are pitted against the wealthy and powerful members of a secret cabal. Armand Schultz makes good use of no-frills narration to deliver the author’s prose crisply, while smartly adjusting his pacing during action sequences, dialogue-rich scenes, and paragraphs detailing events in American history. His aging Carlton is gruff and demanding. The head villains snarl. The women are treated to acceptable upper-register voices. And other characters are provided appropriate accents—for example, an exaggerated, gravelly Boston dialect for a Southie-born, hardboiled detective. As for Harvath, Schultz speaks in a confident, low rumble that softens in the course of the operative’s romance with Cordero, who, at book’s end, is strong enough to suggest a big change in his future. An Atria/Emily Bestler hardcover. (July)

 
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