When police question John Berger about the explosion that destroyed his office building, he recounts a vivid memory of playing in a chess tournament. However, there is no record of any such tournament and John quickly becomes a suspect....
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Fast-paced thriller with a bit of a cheesy premise, but still fun to read. The ending did hold a few surprises for me. A quick, entertaining read.
Don Passman- Mirage 3.75 StarsBerger has just found out that his place of work has been bombed and he is suspect number one. The problem is, he was gone playing in a chess tournament all weekend, but all records of there having been a tournament have been wiped out. Now he must try to keep ahead of the FBI as they hunt him down. Only one person in the FBI believes him, Agent Jill Landis. Jill is a young agent with no experience in such matters, but she believes it could be a part of something much larger, and far deadlier than an office building explosion. Interesting beginning. It makes you curious about what could be so bad and how this is going to tie into the main plot. Mirage gripped my attention all the way through; it kept up a good pace and had some good twists and turns. The major twist we find out about in the ending I did see a mile away. I wish that the author had found another way of making this less obvious. I also hate how FBI agent women in novels seem to end up sleeping with someone they aren’t supposed to in every book. The characters were pretty good though. Overall this book was a pretty good read. For more of my reviews check out my website, www.tonypeters.webs.com.Tony PetersKids on a Case: The Case of the Ten Grand Kidnappinghttp://authortonypeters.blogspot.com/