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Canuck - Book 1

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Published: 5 years ago

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A simple job for a freelance agent--a "baby-sitting" routine. What could go wrong when the brother of a Pakistani nuclear scientist takes a simple holiday in Europe? Fast paced, dark humor, violence, and some sex. Download this FREE e-book today!

rcksteel

Too much of the same scenario over and over


Susan Dropp

I thought it was a bit confusing at the beginning, but got more interesting as I got into the story. It was sometimes confusing aaboyt who was saying what because the author did not use normal spacing and paragraph sand didn't use 'Jim said' or 'Roger said'. Looking forward to the next novel.


Alan Brierley

a good fast paced book, as with all of Geoff Wolaks' writing.. In keeping with the K2 series.


Attrell

very good plot and I love the travel around Europe aspects. Quite an unexpected twist at the end. Look forward to some more from this character.


Jim Verdugo

I normally like all of Wollak's books, but this one was straying too far into Ludlum and LeCarre territory without the realism of that genre.JL


Donna

I loved this book. Had a very hard time putting it down. Was a little confused by the ending; I assume there'll be a sequeal coming about?


Dianne Blake Loflin

Well written, fast paced. I did not stop reading until I finished it. Will look for additional books from this author.


Mike Mellor

A page-turner, fast and gripping. I loved the witty, quirky dialog, as good as Nelson DeMille. Needs an editor to clean out some annoying writer's quirks. This sounds crazy but IMHO the book could do with some slow bits as a counterbalance, because all the high speed action left me somewhat breathless. Easily good enough to be professionally published.


Harry Nielsen

Excellent read, but could use a bit of editing from a grammar and vocabulary point of view.


Mark

I really liked this one. A good spy thriller. Plan to read some of the other fee ebooks from the authors website.


Richard Partridge

A fast paced well wriiten book, well worthy of a read


Joel Cohen

Slow start but gained speed. After a bit could not put it down. Weird ending.


Pat McIntosh

A tale that holds your attention.


Colin Porter

thoroughly enjoyable, kept me turning pages to see what was going to happen next. Can't wait to read more about Canuck - what a guy!!!


Tracie

It was a great read! Couldn't put it down.


Peter Abraham

Good high speed yarn;This character could go far!


Malcolm Spencer

Excellent read , fast paced and intelligent.


baldesr

This story was very exciting and action packed. I loved it from begining to end.


Frederick Wenlock

excellent book, hope there will be as series


Pat

The book is full of excitement... perhaps a bit of overkill. The main character "Canuck" is an interesting mixture of good, bad, intelligence,courage,The ending is somewhat unexpected. My only complaint would be some grammatical errors and some typos. Other that that I enjoyed the book.


Pat

The book has a high level of excitement.......perhaps a bit of overkill.


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Geoff Wolak

I'm a marketing consultant and computer programmer most of the time, a scuba diver some of the time, and writer when I can. I typically live in the UK, or Malta, Egypt or Spain, depending on the time of year, work, diving, weather and women - but not always in that order.

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