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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Tim Herbert
ISBN: 1463649231
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Pages 308 pages
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 18, 2012)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 612
ePUB size: 1829 kb
FB2 size: 1774 kb
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The Happiness Contagion. Maine Savings Pavilion. Tim-Her./1463649231. This thoroughly enjoyable story follows the fortunes of the dashing and exciting entrepreneur Michel Trebeh as an outside interest in archaeology leads inevitably to a key discovery. He is the owner of Secure Span, one of the major global security providers.

This thoroughly enjoyable story follows the fortunes of the dashing and exciting entrepreneur Michel Trebeh as an outside interest in archaeology leads inevitably to a key discovery. The American twins Tom and Edward Scallion want him dead.

It is, I would say at once, the only possible Government in Russia at the present time. It is the only idea, it supplies the only solidarity, left in Russia. But it is a secondary fact.

Tim Herbert (born Herbert Timberg; June 22, 1914 – June 20, 1986) was an American actor, comedian and vaudevillian. Tim Herbert was born as Herbert Timberg in New York, the son of the vaudevillian, actor and songwriter Herman Timberg. Herbert started his career along with Pat Rooney Jr. in 1936 working in vaudeville and co-starring in 10 short subjects for New York-based Educational Pictures. Timberg left the movies in 1937 to produce stage revues.

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Report an error in the book. Released from Yuma Prison in the fall of 1878, after serving three years for bank robbery, Anson Hawkstone returns to the Apache village where he lived, determined to find Rachel, his former love, and give up the outlaw trail. However, things do not go as planned when he is forced to take part in a stagecoach hold-up after Hattie, an Apache princess, is taken hostage. Hawkstone is pushed to the limit in trying to avenge the wrongs committed by other men before he can finally be reunited with Rachel.

Tim Herbert was born as Herbert Timberg in New York, the son of the vaudevillian, actor and songwriter Herman Timberg. In the 1940s, Timberg was featured in Broadway productions, including the revenue Follow the Girls. in 1936 working in vaudeville and co-starring in 10 short subjects for New York-based Educational Pictures In the 1940s, Timberg was featured in Broadway productions, including the revenue Follow the Girls. By that time, he was using the stage name Tim Herbert, which he retained for the rest of his career.

This thoroughly enjoyable story follows the fortunes of the dashing and exciting entrepreneur Michel Trebeh as an outside interest in archaeology leads inevitably to a key discovery. He is the owner of Secure Span, one of the major global security providers. The American twins Tom and Edward Scallion want him dead. And it is not just past debts they are trying to renege on. However, Chen, a martial arts master and the man behind the White Sock Guard, a powerful secret society, is determined not only to protect Michel but to take the law into his own hands. Meanwhile, there is a hint of apprehension as the virtuous May Franks, a computer science graduate, arrives in central London to take up a post with Secure Span. There she finds herself drawn into a world of intrigue and uncertainty. And as danger gathers around her, Michel invites her into his life, then into his heart.
Eyalanev
Not quite sure what to make of this. Everything's a bit far fetched which tends to not give the characters any real credibility.
Amis
Not a great read. Muddled plot with unmemorable characters. Wilbur Smith, Clive Cussler and Dean Koontz have nothing to worry about.
Grotilar
I bought this book on my kindle at random, and am really glad I did.

Parts of me could identify with the main character. The line between good and evil is blurred, and every character seems to have a demon within. The plot is full of nail-biting cliffhangers, which makes it difficult to put down, and the ending itself is definitely worth waiting for.
Shazel
New author for me. The plot was interesting and kept my attention. I strongly recommend it. I will read future work of this author.
watchman
I like the concept of gosts helping to solve the mystery. It is just different enough to be interesting and fun
Macage
bounced around a lot. disjointed, but a decent read for the price. better proof reading is required before being transmitted. this was the first i read by this author and will
try another
spark
Some of the characters were very well developed, it was as if I knew them personally. Others I wish had been developed further. I thought it was a very good story.
full of cliches, forced descriptions used a dictionary to write not a good book at all, story line and characters are not well developed