Brad Thor’s thriller in the Scot Harvath series, The Lions of Lucerne. The Lions of Lucerne is a spy novel published in and written by American novelist Brad Thor. Contents. 1 Plot; 2 Reviews; 3 References; 4 External links. He’s fearless. He’s tireless. If you get him angry, as does the chief of staff of the vice-president of the United States, he’ll pop you with an uppercut. He’s Secret.
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Most all of the dialogue was silly and forced.
Pretty cheezy in my opinion. They rarely “preach” from the pulpit. Mar 08, Sheila rated it it was amazing Shelves: It’s ludicrous, and even the people who know him best, and have worked with him longest, are ready to believe he’s turned into a sociopath and torpedoed his own protection detail.
The Lions of Lucerne (Scot Harvath, #1) by Brad Thor
Fortunately for military intrigue devotees, Brad Thor has done just that — and on his first time liins too. Although the finale was a bit predictable. Just when I decided the author had researched with a wanted to read the Brad Licerne book on the best seller list and found that this book is first in a group Tom Clancey-like of thrillers with the same main character. Second, most Mormons do NOT believe that the husband has a say whether his wife gets to the Celestial Kingdom, the highest level of heaven.
The first of Brad Thor’s political thrillers involving main character Scot Harvath, Lions of Lucerne will not disappoint. I can only hope that Thor becomes a better writer in the subsequent books, but I will not be sticking around to find out. To be honest, I actually read one of the books later in the series before I read this one.
The Lions of Lucerne
tyor He teams up with the Swiss agent after a mountainside attempted assassination of himself and possibly her, only to go right back to the town he was staying in. Once former SEAL Horvath disobeys of course doctor’s orders and starts doing his own investigation instead of letting the various agencies do their jobs, the daughter isn’t mentioned again until toward the end of the book.
American spy novels novels Debut novels s mystery novel stubs. But of course, they don’t listen to him, because it was his detail that was killed, allowing POTUS to be taken.
Now we go into spoilers. But it isn’t, and I’m not convinced that some oil billionaire would be able to conspire with two Senators, the Vice President, and the head of an intelligence agency to kidnap POTUS.
View all 3 comments. But hey, as it turned out, it wasn’t that it was outre right-wing that turned me off, but that when it comes down to it I’m the kind of gal who believes Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone to assassinate President John F.
While the writing isn’t as tight — this is Thor’s first published book — the story was just as compelling, if not more so. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. That’s simply too many fingers in the pie.
Framed for murder and on the run, Scot takes to the towering mountains of Switzerland with beautiful Claudia Mueller of the Swiss Federal Attorney’s Office. Anyway, that’s enough ragging on the book for now. Are there odd Mormons? Sort of a cross between TV’s “24” and a Tom Clancy thriller, the Scot Harvath character is well-written and can be related to; he isn’t a superhero, he makes mistakes losing the President being one of them and now must try to resolve that mistake even when facing obstacle after obstacle.
If a character so much as brushes her teeth, you can bet Thor will tell us exactly what kind of toothpaste she used. Sep 02, Ru rated it really liked it.
The Lions Of Lucerne (Scot Harvath, book 1) by Brad Thor
Do you have to read these books thoe order? Fast paced — full of action and adventure. The faults of a first-time novelist have presumably been corrected. I think there are definitely better books to read in the thriller genre, but there are definitely worse out there too. By the way, the daughter?
This is not a spoiler, because it’s in the synopsis of the book: At this point all nine lives should be used up and he should be on the floor asleep from sheer exhaustion, yet that is not the case! At the end of all of this it just seemed ludicrous to me that he had somehow managed to survive all this and keep on trucking like nothing happened. While some parts of the book are slow and the story tends to drag a bit, it will still hold your interest right up to the end.
The dialogue was often amateurish and while not so bad that I had to stop, like Brad Taylor in One Rough Man, it lacked polish.
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That meant buying a standalone or the first in a series, because I already own the next book in line of any series I enjoy. He gets knocked in the head a few more times, while already dealing luderne concussion like symptoms and short term memory loss.
The sign of a fantastic thriller is the desire to stay up much later than you ought to trying to fly through the book as quickly as possible.