[Reading] ➶ Sympathy For The Devil (James Hicks #1) Author Terrence P. McCauley – Marjoriejane.co.uk

Sympathy For The Devil (James Hicks #1) chapter 1 Sympathy For The Devil (James Hicks #1) , meaning Sympathy For The Devil (James Hicks #1) , genre Sympathy For The Devil (James Hicks #1) , book cover Sympathy For The Devil (James Hicks #1) , flies Sympathy For The Devil (James Hicks #1) , Sympathy For The Devil (James Hicks #1) 5552c97625f46 James Hicks Has Been A Ghost For Nearly A Quarter Century, Except To Those Few Assets Who Know Him As The Director Of One Of The Most Clandestine Intelligence Agencies In The World The University Hicks Has Every Weapon And Intelligence Capability Known To Man At His Disposal Living By The Motto, Preparation Is Paramount , He Has Made A Career Of Bending The Strongest People In The World To His Iron Will Yet He Is Blindsided When Jason, The Smartest And Deadliest Agent Under His Command Goes Rogue Surviving An Attack On His Life, Hicks Realizes That Jason Is Connected To An Asset Who Has Access To Some Of The Deadliest Biological Weapons Ever Created, Including The Ebola Virus, And Threatens To Unleash Them On The American Population Hicks Must Use His Considerable Resources To Discover Who Turned The Agent And Why Before A Deadly Biological Plot Is Unleashed That Could Bring The World Into A New Era Of Chaos And Anarchy A Fast Paced Contemporary Thriller Calls To Mind Classics Like The Day Of The JackalTerrence McCauley Has Crafted A Riveting Novel Of Espionage That Will Immediately Raise Him To The Forefront Of Our Very Best Spy Novelists.


10 thoughts on “Sympathy For The Devil (James Hicks #1)

  1. says:

    I gave this book four stars because the story was tight and fast paced Definitely not your Mom s spy thriller despite the 007 NSA style techno gadgets Really only one complaint editing errors They were making me crazy I think I caught a dozen errors For example there were homonym issues, wear instead of where , missing...


  2. says:

    Engaging, quick read Perfect for a plane flight or after a long day at work Characters are one dimensional but an interesting plot keeps you reading.Annoying editing intrudes on the story Truly, a high school kid could have cleaned this book up Desert instead of dessert Repeated words Phrases left in that obviously should have been deleted Here instead of hear or the other way around, I forget Anyway, I wonder why the editing was so lousy Did no one bother to read it before they pushe Engaging, quick read Perfect for a plane flight or after a long day at work Characters are one dimensional but an in...


  3. says:

    A James Bond for the modern age James Hicks is ruthless, resourceful, and willing to do some nasty stuff or have it done on his behalf to get the job done It s a quick, compelling read that races to the end Highly recommended.


  4. says:

    I would give the author 3 4 stars I enjoyed the story and the characters The plot moved quickly and held my interest I would read another book by the author but only if it was not published by Polis Books This was the most poorly edited book I have ever read Misspellings, grammatical errors, and a host of other mistakes abounded on every page It made it impossible to become totally immersed in the story A publishing firm not only publishes books but also positions their authors in the bes I would give the author 3 4 stars I enjoyed the story and the characters The plot moved quickly and held my interest I would read another b...


  5. says:

    Terrence McCauley s terrific start to what promises to be a heart stopping series is his best work ever.The story follows James Hicks who works for a shadow organization called the University, that ispowerful than the CIA, NSA and FBI This book is in line with great spy thrillers I have read like, Three Days of the Condor and the James Bond series but with fresh twists and modern day technology that never overpowers the characters.I seriously couldn t put it down, and didn t realize it wa Terrence McCauley s terrific start to what promises to be a heart stopping series is his best work ever.The story follows James Hicks who works for a shadow organization called the University, that ispowerful than the CIA, NSA and FBI This book is in line with great spy thrillers I have ...


  6. says:

    A straight right hand to the face, just like the blows that are delivered at a couple of points in this very satisfying spy thriller The pacing is terrific I raced through this story in less than a day Hicks and his merciless no BS approach to getting results form really hard bedrock for the story McCauley gets the technical stuff right with sinking into the trap of having his story be just a techno thriller He s a New Yorker through and through, and it shows in his excellent use of multi A strai...


  7. says:

    Starts out strong and doesn t let up James Hicks makes a great protagonist Looking forward to the next James Hicks book Also, audiobook narrator, Jonathan Davis, was excellent.


  8. says:

    To me this felt like less of a fully developed story rather a 300 page chapter 1 of the Hicks Trilogy There are some action sequences, although they are brief as Hicks tends to dispatch his advesaries with one shot or one punch, spotted inbetween all the tracking and stake outs The dialouge get a little repetative at times in case you forgot who Hicks was following, how much he disliked Jason and how the OMNI system sees and hears and knows all Also, I am getting tired of the lazy unimaginati To me this felt like less of a fully developed story rather a 300 page chapter 1 of the Hicks Trilogy There are some action sequences, although they are brief as Hicks tends to dispatch his advesaries with one shot or one punch, spotted inbetween all the tracking and stake outs The dialouge get a little repetative at times in case you forgot who Hicks was following, how much he disliked Jason and how the OMNI system sees and hears and knows all Also,...


  9. says:

    I really wanted to like this book and find another series to read I found the story to be pretty lackluster and the characters boring Additionally, I m not sure if this was an issue in only the Kindle version, but there were grammar and editing issues on nearly every page incredibly distracting.


  10. says:

    I give this book 3.5 I would have given it a 4.00 if it had not been riddled with typos and mysterious sentences Other than that it was a good read Have not read a book in years so filled with mistakes Polis Books is publisher I don t think anyone read this book...


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