Thursday, September 16, 2010
John Locke's Now & Then (A Donovan Creed Novel)
John Locke's most recent installment in the Donovan Creed series proves as sexy and thrilling as we have come to expect. Now & Then (A Donovan Creed Novel) accomplishes the impossible feat of outdoing the fast-paced, page-turning, suspenseful qualities that we have come to expect from Donovan Creed. In this novel, our favorite former CIA assassin with a "heart of bronze" attempts to relax and take a vacation from his high-action life and winds up as caught up in action as ever when he gets caught in a hunt for a kidnapped girl, leading to further intrigues and drama. John Locke's books read like a James Bond movie minus the campy dialogue, making him a fast favorite among men. Women enjoy sexy crime novels as much as anyone and Locke employs his usual deft ability to interweave stories and plots, engaging language, and page-turning suspense to engage all audiences. John Locke's Donovan Creed will undeniably go down as one of the great crime fiction characters of our times.