- Audio CD
- Publisher: Blackstone Pub; Unabridged edition (26 March 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1549178962
- ISBN-13: 978-1549178962
- Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 3.2 x 15.9 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 336 g
- Customer Reviews:
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About the Author
Christopher Reich is the New York Times bestselling author of Rules of Deception, Rules of Vengeance, Rules of Betrayal, Numbered Account, The Devil's Banker, and many other novels. The Patriots Club won the International Thriller Writers Award for Best Novel in 2006.
Paul Michael, winner of several Earphones Awards, has also won the prestigious Audie Award for best narration. He has acted on stage, radio, television, and in feature films in Canada, Great Britain, and the United States. He has had leading roles in series and made-for-television movies and has guest starred in such series as VIP and Alias. He has been nominated for a Canadian Emmy and has recorded over 150 audiobooks, including the international bestseller The Da Vinci Code.
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Simon Riske, who embodies the theory that to catch a thief you need to hire a thief. Simon is
now an ex - thief but he was a gang member and all around bad guy in his teens. He went
to prison. When he got out he became educated and had a career as an investment banker.
He also has a business repairing exotic cars - kind of his day job. A smart sophisticated guy used
to moving among the rich and famous.
But his real passion is solving crimes and catching bad guys. The Riske books are excellent.
They take place in unusual locales with fascinating histories. In this book you have computer
legerdemain used to steal from a casino, vicious thugs, high speed chases, a beautiful, filthy
rich princess and a love story. What more could a fiction reader want?
Riske does a bit of everything, including high speed chases, unarmed combat, as well as his bulls-eye deductive reasoning. Perhaps the only minor criticism is that Reich fails to tie up all the loose ends with an abrupt ending. A bit closer to summer would make this an excellent beach read.