Sanction

Sanction Best Indie Thrillers of Kirkus ReviewsBest Books of BlueInk ReviewWhile in England on an unsanctioned assignment Sean Garrett witnesses the shooting of a distinguished Cambridge professor

  • Title: Sanction
  • Author: WilliamHunter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Best Indie Thrillers of 2017, Kirkus ReviewsBest Books of 2017, BlueInk ReviewWhile in England on an unsanctioned assignment, Sean Garrett witnesses the shooting of a distinguished Cambridge professor by elite contract killer David Laurent With his cover blown, Garrett is on the run from an assassin desperate to erase his tracks, and authorities who believe he is responsiBest Indie Thrillers of 2017, Kirkus ReviewsBest Books of 2017, BlueInk ReviewWhile in England on an unsanctioned assignment, Sean Garrett witnesses the shooting of a distinguished Cambridge professor by elite contract killer David Laurent With his cover blown, Garrett is on the run from an assassin desperate to erase his tracks, and authorities who believe he is responsible for the murder Banastre Montjoy, a burned out head of section at the Secret Intelligence Service, is in a race himself to discover if the scholar s death is linked to a bombing of the London Underground a year earlier Montjoy s nemesis, the power hungry and scheming Berwyn Rees, seeks to drum his rival out of MI6, while maneuvering to become deputy chief.With time running out, SOG operators Tre Ward and Brian Bishop are sent in by the CIA to locate and extract Garrett As Laurent, MI5, and Scotland Yard close in on their target, Montjoy uncovers a devastating secret, one that someone inside the British government has sought to keep buried since World War II.

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    About " WilliamHunter "

  • WilliamHunter

    William Hunter was born and raised on a farm in South Carolina After graduating from the University of South Carolina with a BA in history, he took an MA at the University of Warwick, and an MPhil, and PhD, at the University of Cambridge Hunter taught early American and Revolutionary War history at several universities before his wife convinced him to write fiction full time He has lived and worked in Scotland, England, Germany, and Switzerland, and now resides with his family in the mountains of North Carolina His debut novel, Sanction, has been named Best Indie Thrillers of 2017 by Kirkus Reviews, and Best Books of 2017 by BlueInk Review.

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  • As William Hunter’s extraordinary political thriller begins, two assassins stalk Saudi Mohammad Haamid Ahmad, a distinguished professor at the University of Cambridge’s King’s College. But Ahmad, a frequent BBC pundit born of Saudi wealth, had made plenty of enemies over the course of his long career. His life outside the classroom is complicated, including work as an MI6 operative codenamed Shepherd, and allegedly, as a mole.Check out the rest of my review at BestThrillers


  • As an avid reader of spy and suspense novels, I enjoyed this story with all its twists and turns that brings questions and answers as the reader progresses through the long book. This was probably one of the most convoluted and twisted stories I have read in a long time, as it was difficult to keep up with who all the major players were, and which ones were good and which ones were the bad guys, but that just actually added to the enjoyment. The only negative I had, was trying to keep up with al [...]


  • This is my first book by this author and was delighted to see that he's a fellow South Carolinian This was a great book, well written with characters with lots of depth. /It was fun peeling back the layers. This spy thriller will capture your attention at the beginning and have you page turning quickly. You'll be captivated with all the twists and surprises as you follow the CIA and Scotland Yard in their investigation. I was fortunate to receive an advance copy and voluntarily chose to review i [...]


  • Once I started this book I could not put it down, it had a great pace that kept you glued to the pages and needing to find out where things were going to end up! There were plenty of twists, suspense and thrills to keep you guessing on who is involved with what and who is not. This is not light reading, there is plenty to take in as you try and work things out as you read which I found really refreshing . A great start for a debut novel and look forward to reading more by William Hunter.I volunt [...]


  • Sanction has proven to be just as the reviewers said, a thrilling read that kept me engaged until the last page! The pace of the story is perfectly done, and the twists and turns left me deeply satisfied. A must read, and cannot wait to see more from William Hunter.


  • It's a good action packed book. It has a lot of detail about the different organizations and all the major characters have an extensive background to give you a good idea of them. I would definately recommend it.


  • Sanction was a little James Bond, a little Criminal Minds, a little Nikita and all good. It was one of those books where I got so into the story that I forgot I was reading on my kindle and reached up to turn the page


  • A very easy 4 stars. Great read. Interesting mix if characters. Well researched technically and geographically. Keeps your attention throughout. I voluntarily read a gifted copy.


  • Great readingEnjoyed every step of the story, intriguing how the author keeps you locked into the story and how masterfully guiding you to keep reading


  • A complicated plot involving the British spy game with lots of twists and turns and no real hero at the end. John LeCarre would approve the result.


  • This book was slightly overwhelming with the amount of information the author suppied. While the storyline and character development were superbly executed, there was just too many characters and background information. The authors approach to writing this book reminded me of someone who is obsessed with something (book series, video games, sitcom) and they want to get you interested in it so badly that they sprout as much information about it as fast as they can. You didn't really need to know, [...]


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