Tuesday, March 8, 2011

New Release: MODEL AGENT by Sean Sweeney



The human body consists of two-thirds water.

As concertgoers on a steamy day in Boston find out, water can kill as much as it gives life.

A terrorist attack at City Hall Plaza has the authorities perplexed. The government, in response, sends in a capable but young agent – an agent born from the ashes of terrorism itself – to handle it.

But as her partner dies and the terrorist strikes again, Jaclyn Johnson – code named Snapshot – finds herself in a situation she has trained a decade to face: She’s up against a man with enough money to finance a war against his competition. With a deadline in place to stop him – and with a car holding enough hidden tricks to evade capture – Snapshot infiltrates his hidden installation and finds out her target’s true end game, a secret that could have the world fighting over water.


 
 
 

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7 comments:

  1. This writer is a complete and utter hack, plain and simple. "If Bond had boobs?" Really? Really?

    Don't even think about reading his "Turning Back the Clock" offering, either. I can accept the fact that I need to suspend my disbelief, but the way that the main character goes about building a time machine is ludicrous.

    Save yourself some time, and go read anything else.

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  2. Dear Anonymous,

    You are certainly entitled to your opinion, but remember what one reader dislikes, another one loves.

    Deb

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  3. Deb,

    Absolutely - I appreciate you responding. I'm not typically this blunt, but Fitch gives me a migrane. Have you personally read any of his work? If so, what did you think?

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  4. No, I have not read any of Mr. Sweeney/Fitch's work. Some of the books I feature, I have read, but not this one. I wish I had more time to read - my TBR list is just ridiculous!

    My blog is dedicated to getting the word out about indie authors as well as posts about writing/publishing etc. with a few personal funnies thrown in. Whenever anyone requests a slot on my blog, as long as I don't find their book offensive, I am happy to post a "new release" for them. I personally don't like horror, true crime or memoirs, but posting a new release spot about it and reading it are two different things.

    I appreciate you stopping by the blog and hope you come back often.

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  5. Deb, you are right that everyone is entitled to their opinion. When it comes to books it is very subjective.

    I have personally read Model Agent and just have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed it. I can't comment for his other books, but I'm not afraid to say I liked Model Agent. I'm really looking forward to the next one - Rogue Agent. He includes a sample of it at the end of Model Agent and I'm hooked.

    I'm only going to add one more thing - Thank goodness for samples! Most of the time they speak volumes for the rest of the book.

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  6. Sean can certainly use some polish, but he is improving with each book, and I enjoy his stories. The polish will come; that can be both taught and learned - how many can come up with stories? That part is innate.

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  7. Thanks for sharing this book. It looks interesting. I know Sean from the Amazon Discussions as well as Facebook and he is a great guy! Once I get some leisurely reading time I look forward to checking this out.

    Jessica Tate
    Author of:
    THROUGH SMOKE
    MODERN DAY DRIFTER
    available on amazon.com

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