Wednesday, May 11, 2011

What I Read #35

Final Target by Steven Gore: In this, his debut novel, Gore creates a believable story of stock fraud, ties to the Ukrainian underworld, crooked financial handlers, and bogus government employees.
Jack Burch, a lawyer of renown is being framed for something he didn't do. Or did he? Before his innocence can be proved, he is shot down while jogging his morning route. As he lays near death, his best friend, Garham Gage, a private investigator, goes into action to find out who shot Burch and why.
This action-packed thriller is quoted as being "a James Bond for grown-ups." I agree!

Happy Reading,

JE

3 comments:

Graham Gage said...

JE:

Thanks for your kind words about Final Target. I appreciate you reading the book and am glad you enjoyed it.

Steven Gore

Steven Gore said...

JE:

I saw your note that the comments to your blog had somehow been deleted.
I thought I’d take a moment to once again thank you for your nice words about Final Target. Readers have lots of choices about what to read and I wanted to express my gratitude you chose one of mine.

Steven Gore

Jimmie Earl said...

Thanks! Whew! Now people will really believe me! LOL!

JE