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  • The pace does tend to flag at some points, but on the whole, the book is definitely worth buying

    • by Rohit Gangwani
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      A young American is killed in a brutal manner in Bosnia during the ethnic cleansing by Serbian paramilitaries. His billionaire grandfather seeks to have the killer, a notorious Serbian gangster, brought to justice, but fails as the man has vanished into thin air and all the agencies

      of the mighty US government are unaware of his whereabouts.

      Finally, he seeks the help of an embittered Vietnam veteran, who agrees to find the killer and bring him to America to face the law.

      But, the killer is being protected by a vicious dictator, in connivance ...

      • with one of the most secret agencies of the US government itself.

        And what connection does all this have to the strike against America being prepared by Osama Bin Laden?

        That is the premise for Frederick Forsyth’s latest offering, Avenger.

        While not in the league of The

        Day Of The Jackal or Icon, it is still a thrilling read.

        With his usual depth of characterization and handsome attention to detail, Forsyth has crafted another absorbing page turner.

        The pace does tend to flag at some points, but on the whole, the book is definitely worth buying.

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