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The most virulent weapon of mass destruction will be unleashed upon the world, but Delta Force veteran Daniel Strong isn't about to let that happen. Recalled from the depths of drug addiction and depression, Danny is the last chance for the CIA to stop an auction in New York where powerful weapons dealers are to bid for the right to proliferate a deadly neurotoxin. The road to finding the auction's location leads directly to the weapon's creator: a devil in Tory Burch flats and heroin addict who has committed the chemical compound to memory. Yet Danny isn't the only one chasing her. He must protect her from a sadistic Palestinian terrorist known only as Sabir, who wants to use the weapon to destroy Israel and will do anything - including torture - to get it. Danny must walk a fine line to control his obsession to resolve a dark secret from his past and his feelings for the chemist that could compromise the operation's objective - before it's too late.
©2017 ThrillRide Media LLC (P)2017 ThrillRide Media LLC
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By MELODY on 09-27-17

Hooked me early

This has a great storyline. It kept me guessing and I definitely didn't expect the ending. I will say that I wish the narrator hadn't mispronounced some of the chemical terms but overall it was a good performance.
I was provided this title for free in exchange for an unbiased review.

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By debbye scroggins on 09-25-17

Kept me guessing...

If you could sum up The Chemist in three words, what would they be?

Many unexpected turns...

What did you like best about this story?

This story kept me guessing from the beginning, which doesn't happen often. Just when I thought I had it figured out, I would be wrong.

Which scene was your favorite?

If I tell, it will be a spoiler. There were many scenes that were great.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Yes, but again, if I tell, it will be a spoiler. Let's just say that a scene regarding the heroine, Katelyn, shook me up quite a bit. This is something for someone who reads mystery novels non-stop.

Any additional comments?

It took me a while to get invested into this story. The first few chapters seemed to be full of clichés, but once I got through the initial bits, it came together very nicely. I enjoyed the bits of law thrown in there also.

This story doesn't sugar coat anything which adds to its appeal. There may or may not be a happy ending and the main characters are flawed, yet redemption isn't beyond reach.

There were some moments where the editing could have been smoother, but overall, I truly enjoyed the book.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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By MCR. on 07-21-17

Review.

Any additional comments?

I am finding it difficult to write a review for this story. It was good, and it was very exciting but I have reservations. There was just too much going on with too many agencies involved. You had terrorists, FBI CIA mercenaries all sorts vying against each other plus tricks and mind altering drugs causing confused minds! Too much for one job to get a nerve agent away from the bad guys. I felt like everyone was the bad guy. Is that what the author is saying? I know I would destroy all discoveries that can have an evil as well as benign use, and never let them see the light of day. Humanity is too evil and can't be trusted to only do good for all.

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