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The Logan Factor
by Vincent Scuro Action Tales

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Action lovers--this one is for you! Plenty of fast-paced action and subplots to keep things moving right along in thie well-told tale of what passes for peace in South Korea. North Korean spy Un Ha Kim is delivered to South Korea by submarine and almost immediately trouble starts. Her two fellow agents are killed soon after landing and she is on her own. CID Special Agent Charles Logan and his partner, Sgt. Steve Garcia, are drawn into investigating a break in at their Co's quarters on base. They find there is more to this mess than meets the eye when they are suddenly told to give the case to others. Things heat up for SA Logan when he meets the lady spy and become very complicated for everyone concerned. Talented author Vincent Scuro takes the reader into the world of political intrigue on amilitary base in South Korea where behind the scenes actions are what decides the outcome of any policy, particularly when those who are supposed to be working toward peace hav plans of their own and are working in another direction. I happily recommend this story to anyone who enjoys unexpected twists and turns in a book. A tale not meant for the faint of heart. CID Agent Logan and his sidekick bring back the heroes of the past. Enjoy.

 

 
 

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