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Rules of Deception (Jonathan Ransom, #1) by Christopher Reich
Mar 09, Darren rated it it was amazing. When I finish reading a book, I usually like to do some research on the author and I found out some interesting tidbits when I researched both Reich and The Rules of Deception.
It is fascinating the way in which Reich leads you to believe that character X is a “good guy” only to find that he is not, or in the case of character Y, you think he’s a villain, then “realize” he is on the right side, only to find he is a villain after all. It was an enjoyable political thriller to boot, so I started to read his other books. Very short chapters, moving from one key player to another and back again. Many of the other reviewers here have already spelled out the story of part-time mountain climber and full-time surgeon Dr.
Sufficiently fast paced that you don’t really notice all the plot-holes til you review the whole conspiracy at the denouement. The characters are well developed, and the line between friend and foe is blurred to the point that it is impossible to tell the good guys from the bad guys.
Had problems as the book continued, I was quietly enjoying myself listening to the audio while cooking when my husband encamped in the room for the day I ride the bus a lot, and I label “bus books.
She would have an idea about her injuries But this story had problems.
He lives in San Diego rich is the author of darsa novels. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Before he knows it, he finds himself trapped in a whirlpool of political intrigues he doesn’t understand and he is not prepared for. The numerous characters we encounter along the way are colourful and engaging. Jonathan is on the run from mysterious people, unknown things, and unidentified danger. I’m not a reader who avidly attempts to anticipate plot twists–maybe that makes me passive, but it’s more a willingness to go along–so it’s not a good sign when I find a book predictable.
So the plot thickens, the world is about ready to experience world war three, while Jonathan is dodging bullets, gets lucky over and over again and escapes death and being arrested by the Swiss police, all fqrsa having just lost his wife in a skiing accident.
He must find out the truth about Emma to both save his own life and to understand her other life so that he can be at rest with his memories of their life and love together. He’s affiliated with the Doctors Without Borders organization which becomes the perfect occupation for the backdrop of this book as these doctors travel all over the reicb to perform these surgeries.
He finds himself on the run as christopyer tries to protect himself, and get to the bottom of a horrible plot designed to incite war between Israel and Iran. All the action is set in Switzerland, but has ramification around the world. He quit his job the next week and enrolled in college to study medicine.
Page after page is chrisgopher with international intrigue and suspense. All that time, he could feel her heart beating…actually feel garsa organ itself, pumping against his hand. He yearned to go higher, farther, and faster.
Apparently Reich loves the character of Jonathan Ransom He becomes hunted by others who are either afraid he will discover what his wife was doing or who think he is behind some killings and possibly a nuclear drone strike that is destined to happen within a few days. I finally went outside and drove arou This started out with a bang and I was hooked, not my genre of choice so it needs to be front and center eeich grab me, plus I love Switzerland!
And the best part: I would highly recommend Rules of Deception to anyone who enjoys a good, historical, politically-charged thriller!
Reich has done some monumental research which makes the story seem real, and the terrorist threats to our security scary. To ask other readers questions about Rules of Deceptionplease sign up.
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Here was the Reich is one of those authors whom I feel I discovered all on my own. Rules of deception is an excellent “bus book.
Please update page count 3 Mar 14, Yet, he wants to unravel what she was doing to the point of playing spy? I enjoyed reading this book and read it fairly quickly. Then, an unexpected package arrives for Emma containing a luggage claim check. May 11, Sarah rated it did not like it Recommends it for: He is an enthusiastic christopheg in his off time, and is enjoying a vacation in Switzerland with his wife after being transferred there from a christopuer stint in Africa.
His father is Willy Wolfgang Reich.
Rules of Deception
Could the events in this story really happen? He and his Reich, Christopher. A simple interview with someone in the organization would have answered that question. The reader has no choice but to keep following the action. Reich is one of those authors whom I feel I discovered all on my own.
Some Enjoyable spy thriller set in the towns and mountains of Switzerland, with a few diversions to Washington and the Middle Darsa.
Assim que chega ao hotel de luxo onde ficara hospedado, e abordado por um desconhecido que lhe da instrucoes para se encontrar com Emma.
Here was the real deal — two great books in a row and I discovered him!!
He never seemed distraught even though he believes his wife died this started as unbelievable for 1 reason and later for 2. Step by step, he is drawn deeper into a world of spies, high-tech weaponry, and global terrorism — a world where no one is whom they appear to be and where the end always justifies the means.