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The Corrector - A Javin Pierce Spy Thriller: Assassination International Espionage Military Suspense Action Adventure - Book 1 Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Justin Hall spy thriller series which includes Arctic Wargame, Tripoli's Target, Fog of War, Double Agents, The Diplomat, Rogue Agents, Shadow Agents, Homeland, The Saudi Strategy, The Central Connection, The Austrian Asset, The Belgian Bagman, The Cyprus Coverup and more.
Carrie Chronicles spy thriller series which features Justin Hall's partner, Carrie O'Connor. Books include Priority Target, Codename: Makarov, and Entry Point.
Javin Pierce spy thriller series The brand new series which includes The Corrector, Betrayal, Closure, and more.
Jennifer Morgan suspense thriller series which has three books so far: The Secret Affair, The Secret Blush, and The Secret Cause.
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- ASIN : B079WC3M44
- Publisher : Knightsville Books (March 1, 2018)
- Publication date : March 1, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 3746 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 244 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #444,493 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
Top reviews from the United States
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Although, as I have mentioned, the tale is set in current times, I was reminded by the author’s writing style at several points in the narrative of Ian Fleming’s Bond novels. It had that familiar rhythm as the protagonists discovered new clues as they progressed in their investigations that led their assignment on unexpected tangents, in the same manner as the 007 novels I devoured in my youth. If this was intentional, then the author has hit the nail on the head; if not, then it’s a double bonus for this reader.
Again as I mentioned, this is a new series and this the first book, and I feel this is a very promising introduction both to the author and his work. Highly recommended for lovers of great action-adventure spy thrillers.
A Javin Pierce Spy Thriller #1
By Ethan Jones
When a CIS covert operation goes wrong Javin Pierce is sent in to clean up the mess a Corrector for the Candian Intelligence Service. And he is good at what he does, leaving little trace of what went wrong behind.
This time a team has failed in recovering a damaging flash drive - one that could have international repercussions for anyone who has been fingered in these classified and encrypted files. Istanbul is about to be of great interest to more than one intelligence agency and the clock is ticking down in this race.
When complications arise Javin and his partner Claudia Aquarone find themselves crossing borders and dealing with a needed source of intelligence who may or may not be what he claims to be. With betrayal, a real possibility Javin's level of trust in those around him is about to take a hit. And with the operation, he is undertaking trust is a necessary key to success.
And a word of warning - never betray a Corrector - you may not live to regret it...
The Corrector is the first book in a new series by author Ethan Jones. For fans of his books starring Justin Hall and Carrie O'Connor you won't be disappointed in Javin Pierce. Javin has issues and is dealing with a recent loss that could possibly have an effect on how he handles his missions. Altogether an interesting and intense new series launch.
off quickly keeping an invigorating pace up to and
including it’s dramatic conclusion. This keeps the
reader on the edge of the seat throughout the
The intriguing action and adventure is anything
but predictable especially in the world of espionage.
The Canadian Intelligence Secret Service sends us
along with well fleshed, well defined characters into
situations of devious planning, fear, betrayal and courage.
The Correctors are agents that carry out missions that
others have failed. They are able to get in, accomplish
their task then disappear without anyone ever realizing
they were there. Not an easy, safe job?
Javin Pierce and Claudia Aquarone are two CIS agents
whose mission is to retrieve a highly sensitive USB flash
drive. But they are not the only ones after this drive.
Once you start reading, you will want to read to the final
A Highly Recommended Read!!!
Top reviews from other countries
Javin Pierce is a corrector, an agent sent in by the Canadian Intelligence Service to cover up whatever is necessary when covert operations went wrong. Still struggling somewhat with the death of his wife, Javin is teamed with partner, Claudia, to recover an USB drive, contents unknown, after a previous mission had failed to discretely bring it home. But instead of a gentle cover up, it appeared that this drive was the focal point of half, at least, of the world's intelligence agencies and more blows up than gets hidden.
This, the first in a new series, does a reasonable job of introducing the two main protagonist, Javin and Claudia, and the political limitations under which they work.. Filled with almost non stop action, expect a plethora of car chases, shoot outs, betrayals and teams working both with and against each other. Plus lots of explosions. And, at least, some of what's on that drive.
The rating feels too low. Once again Ethan has proven to be able to mould a full storyline from several subplots which includes two betrayals, one from a contact in a volatile country , within a stone through dangerous and unstable region of the middle east. The other betrayal is in regards to the corruption within a friendly ally's government which is expertly written as though the author's knowledge is intimate without being overly complicated.