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The Weaponized Puzzle (The Harrison Peel Files Book 2) by [Conyers, David]
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In a blend of cosmic horror with weird science fiction and action spy adventure, The Weaponized Puzzle recounts the further adventures of Army Intelligence Officer, Major Harrison Peel, who travels the globe fighting the good fight against alien monsters wherever they appear threatening to destroy humanity.
Harrison Peel’s second collection of adventures features two novellas with an overarching storyline:
“The Weaponized Puzzle” – A Russian spy steals an alien artifact from the Australian Government which soon transforms into a prison, and Peel must solve its various puzzles and confront its captive horrors to escape again.
“Weapon Grade” – A secret US base barely imprisons a recently captured monster set on enslaving humanity, and if it has a weakness that can be exploited then Peel must travel to the desolation of Antarctica, and the monster’s origins, to find it.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1238 KB
  • Print Length: 150 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1301294497
  • ISBN-13: 978-1301294497
  • ASIN: B00FNFQ84O
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By Brian TOP 500 REVIEWER on 5 April 2015
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David Conyers is a superior writer and his character Harrison Peel is a superior creation. There are a number of books in this series and they will all provide great entertainment for you.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Shoggoth with Heart! (an evil heart) 17 June 2017
By Frank Luke - Published on Amazon.com
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Conyers does the HP Lovecraft's shoggoths justice in this story. Many writers leave them as mindless blobs, but Conyers gives them heart and soul. Villainous hearts and tormented souls, but heart and soul. I particularly enjoyed the five math riddles that the heroes had to solve to get out of the prison/maze. Unfortunately, they weren't the only ones to get out. A shoggoth, who the prison was meant to hold, escaped also. And he wants to release others of his kind.
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Follow-Up Yarn 11 January 2015
By Mike V. - Published on Amazon.com
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So I read The Impossible Object (the first book in this series of short stories) a month or so ago, and I liked it a hell of a lot. The Peel stories are a fun mix of spy novels and Cthulhu mythos with an appropriate mixture of thriller and flat out weird. I dove into the next collection of stories soon after, but I'm only just now getting around to reviewing them.

The Weaponized Puzzle continues the adventures of Harrison Peel the Australian Defence Force intelligence officer who has been sucked increasingly into the shadowy world of "Code 89" operations having to do with the mythos. The second book is broken into two novellas that see a further unraveling of something very sinister working behind the scenes ever since the discovery of the giant underground city in the first volume of stories. We also see the introduction of Peel's girlfriend, and Dixon, an American NSA agent who is being set up to be a long term ally of Peel's it seems.

The writing again is good, but not quite as slick as the first volume. There were a few more typos and there was a slightly rushed feeling at times. Nothing terrible, but I did notice it. The pacing is a bit slower as well, though there is no shortage of intrigue, action, or weirdness to be had for fans of the first book.

The story and characters are good too, I enjoyed the sub-arcs and plotlines that Conyers is beginning to develop in these books and the main story is also engaging enough to keep me entertained. I'm hoping for some more polish and some refinement of the techno-thriller aspects of Conyers writing in the follow on stories, but anyone who enjoyed the first volume will like this one.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Great ideas; not-so-great execution 2 October 2014
By T. Dominy - Published on Amazon.com
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There are a lot of interesting ideas put forth by Mr. Conyers in "The Weaponized Puzzle." He makes some very creative extrapolations on the HPL Mythos and its creatures. Some, like his handling of shoggoths, were rather brilliant. Shoggoths are kind of throw-away goons in most Mythos fiction, but not in the Peel Files, which I enjoyed. The human characters are a little one-dimensional and the quality of the dialogue varied from good to barely readable. But the biggest negative is the atrocity of the grammar and editing. It was truly embarrassing; it was as if someone tried to manifest every stereotypical criticism leveled by "hard" publishers and editors all in one volume. It was so bad that it distracted from the story and that is just unacceptable. It makes me wary of buying another. As an aside, I recently purchased a collection of "Military Mythos" stories through Kindle and Mr. Conyers had a story in it. His story in that collection was a Peel File story, probably the best one yet and, most interestingly, I don't recall there being a single glaring grammatical error in the whole book, much less in his story. So perhaps he just needs a new editor...
4.0 out of 5 stars Really great second book! 3 September 2016
By Samantha Troop - Published on Amazon.com
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Keeps you wondering what's going to happen next! An addicting series to read! I can't put the books down! Just wish there was a little more action like the first book. But then again, maybe that's what the author wants to slow it down then pick it up again in the third book... Guess I will have to wait and see!
5.0 out of 5 stars Conyers Rocks 4 November 2015
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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David Conyers has created a great series, a great character with his Harrison Peel Files. After reading a story here and there, I finally picked up all 5 books so I would have the complete collection. Well worth it and a must read for any who like this kind of fiction.

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