“An enjoyable espionage tale,” and 5-Stars for ‘Thursday at Noon’ from Amazon Reviewer
5-Stars! “An enjoyable espionage tale.” I’ve enjoyed reading William Brown’s novels in the past, and I welcomed the chance to read and review Thursday at Noon. It’s an interesting espionage tale set back in the 60′s, when the Middle East and Egypt were in turmoil. Of course, that could just as well be said for now. Some things never change … Thursday at Noon was a fun read that I’d definitely recommend to people who like the spy genre. Brown creates a strong sense of time and place, and the characters have depth and complexity. The plot pacing works well, and I kept thinking “just one more chapter” as I was reading (knowing I had other things I should be doing). I’m definitely looking forward to his next novel…
Thomas Duff – Duffbert, Amazon Reviewer
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Posted on December 25, 2012, in What's Going On With My Books and tagged action, adventure, Amazon Kindle best seller, CIA, Egypt, espionage, Israelis, Kindle best seller, Kindle Prime, Middle East, Mossad, spies, thriller. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.