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Snow Falls

Snow Falls Half an inch is all that stands between life and death Abraham Snow s career ended with a bullet Left for dead the undercover operative barely survived an assassin s bullet After a long recovery and

  • Title: Snow Falls
  • Author: Bobby Nash
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Half an inch is all that stands between life and death Abraham Snow s career ended with a bullet Left for dead, the undercover operative barely survived an assassin s bullet After a long recovery and thwarting an assassination attempt on a diplomat that endangers his sister, Snow leaps into action to keep his family out of a killer s crosshairs.

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      Published :2018-05-23T02:21:23+00:00

    1 thought on “Snow Falls

    1. A fast-paced action novella that introduces us to Abraham Snow, a spy who tries to retire after recovering from an almost-fatal bullet shot – but circumstances (and his family) conspire to keep him from doing so. Snow’s grandfather Archer Snow is an amazing character, and I hope in future books in this series we’ll see more of his backstory. DragonCon fans will recognize the Atlanta hotel where most of the action takes place. Highly recommended!

    2. This is a fun read. I thoroughly enjoyed the introduction of Abraham Snow and his extended family. There is a bit of mystery here and a lot of backstory that can be explored. The pacing of this story is very tight and a lot happens in a short span of time. I am looking forward to the next book in this series.

    3. Enjoyed this quick throwback to detective TV shows of the 80s. Looking forward to reading more of Snow's adventures.

    4. Snow Falls - Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of: Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; and A Book and A DishAbraham Snow wasn't the superstitious type. That said, but spending so much time undercover, always under the threat of being found out, had made him sensitive to his surroundings It was little more than intuition, a hunch that started as a tickle at the base of his brain. He had learned to listen to those hunches. More than once they had saved his life. Standing in the middl [...]

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