The Enemy

[PDF] The Enemy | by ↠ Larry Bograd - The Enemy, The Enemy A red hot political thriller from a blue state author Buried among the thousands of financial transactions he reviews each day analyst Randy Duncan finds a secret web of laundered money financing the [PDF] The Enemy | by ↠ Larry Bograd - The Enemy, The Enemy A red hot political thriller from a blue state author Buried among the thousands of financial transactions he reviews each day analyst Randy Duncan finds a secret web of laundered money financing the

  • Title: The Enemy
  • Author: Larry Bograd
  • ISBN: 9780988739420
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
The Enemy

[PDF] The Enemy | by ↠ Larry Bograd, The Enemy, Larry Bograd, The Enemy A red hot political thriller from a blue state author Buried among the thousands of financial transactions he reviews each day analyst Randy Duncan finds a secret web of laundered money financing the assassination of the President which in turn will lead the country into war Can Randy and his law student daughter Clare follow the money and stop the enemy in time In aA red hot politic [PDF] The Enemy | by ↠ Larry Bograd - The Enemy, The Enemy A red hot political thriller from a blue state author Buried among the thousands of financial transactions he reviews each day analyst Randy Duncan finds a secret web of laundered money financing the

  • [PDF] The Enemy | by ↠ Larry Bograd
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The Enemy

About “Larry Bograd

  • Larry Bograd

    Larry Bograd has published than two dozen books, primary for children and young adults and now his first eBook original, The Enemy He is also a playwright, screenwriter, and filmmaker He is president of Roundtable Media Group, which produces documentary films, Web shows, and events.



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  • Recommended for suspense fans I received a copy of the eBook to review from Hipso Media The story links a death on a college campus to complicated money laundering, international terrorism, and political intrigue in Washington DC That is a lot of ground to cover, but Bograd manages to keep it all pretty simple and keep you interested as the plot unfolds Or rather than unfolding, the plot tangles into a knotted web of intrigue.I enjoyed the main part of the first half being set in Colorado I grew [...]


  • The Enemy is the first I ve read of Larry Bograd s books An unusual partnership is formed between a daughter and her father as they endeavour to solve the mystery behind the suspected murder of a good friend The novel took me from the disrupted lives of a normal everyday family and into the halls of the White House, banks, terrorist activity and cyberspace I enjoyed this book and couldn t wait to finish it, although I do admit to being a bit confused with the characters initially I m quick to pl [...]


  • I would like to thank the publisher, Hipso Media, for providing me with this free review copy It was touted as a book in the vein of Lee Child, et al This book was written well, switching between scenes at the White House to a girl struggling to comprehend her friend s sudden death, to her father s job where everyone may not seem to be who they appear , to terrorists plotting heinous deeds There was a great deal of politicking, which is not my thing Unfortunately, I skipped over parts of these s [...]


  • I received this book free in return for my honest review I am sorry to say that it was quite frankly annoying The story was touted to be for Lee Child fans Umm No Lee Child books are action This book was political There was a death of a character we barely knew Then some girl leaves law school to investigate the death while her father helps He has got to be the most over worked person on the planet There were many instances of long quotes Shakespeare John Adams which all of the characters recogn [...]


  • I received a copy of this e book for review, from Hipso Media.I enjoyed the chance to read this book As a frequent reader of thrillers and mysteries, I like the fact this books main setting was Denver not LA or New York I thought that I would like to have seen than being told what was happening, but then was showed all the bank transfers and felt like it bogged down the flow a bit.The characters seemed human enough, but most novels I ve picked up lately have a token gay character, as well as an [...]




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