Flint's Code

The incredible Grace Flint is back She is the best undercover cop in the business, a chameleon personality who can assume many different personas She is a driven woman, tortured by past betrayals and now she has a burning desire to avenge her tormentors Karl Grober is a vicious East European money launderer, one of the FBI s Ten Most Wanted criminals Flint is assignedThe incredible Grace Flint is back She is the best undercover cop in the business, a chameleon personality who can assume many different personas She is a driven woman, tortured by past betrayals and now she has a burning desire to avenge her tormentors Karl Grober is a vicious East European money launderer, one of the FBI s Ten Most Wanted criminals Flint is assigned the task of infiltrating his organisation and bringing him to justice, dead or alive She is going deep undercover She joins a financial investment company as a tax expert and attempts to pull off an outrageous sting she sows the seeds of doubt in Grober s ally Alexander Carcani, an Albanian running a prostitution and child body farming ring But Flint has a young son the chink in her armour and when she realises somebody knows everything about her and is determined to target her weakest point, it s inevitable that all hell will break loose
Flint s Code The incredible Grace Flint is back She is the best undercover cop in the business a chameleon personality who can assume many different personas She is a driven woman tortured by past betrayals and

  • Title: Flint's Code
  • Author: Paul Eddy
  • ISBN: 9780755301379
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Flint's Code”

    1. I enjoyed this book but found it blatantly obvious that the author was a man trying to write a female character. Not surprisingly the character was a tad masculine, however it worked for the particular character and wasn't a distraction. I thought the plot skipped along and there were no parts where I felt bored. I don't why other people gave it such a low score but I thought it was worthy of reading.

    2. It was bad. I thought it would be struggle between two criminals and an undercover cop. From certain moment it stopped having much of the action - it was all about wounded infant and his mother. That's why I love Kathy Reichs - love and family affairs are part of the action and don't stop it; she doen't write them instead of action.

    3. I have to admit that I skipped over some parts as the description were too detailed for me - but overall I enjoyed the storyline and the development of events. The end didn't impress me at all, but the story overall made up for it.

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