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Dispatched to investigate the suicide of one of DC's most influential defence officials Drumm I feel like a heroin addict I loved Secret Sanction the first Brian Haig book I read and I keep reading his novels hoping to get that initial rush so far no dice The plot moves uickly you just have to have a big suspension of disbelief Some of the plot twists are just laughable The book works well when Haig speaks as a soldier it does not work well when Haig goes off on speeches about the war in Ira At times he has interesting points but they often come off as forced sermonsmonologuesHaig's humor is there but at times Sean now sounds snarky and not as funny

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Man in the MiddleOnd and his female partner find themselves in the middle of a tug of war between Washington's Ok Ira war thriller with a somewhat compelling mystery but an annoying romantic theme involving a murdering rogue female soldier who commits all sorts of crimes and treason but who is excused by our chivalrous hero since she's a hottie and had a tough time recently Gag Not as funny as he thinks he is

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Man in the Middle epub Ô Hardcover ✓ danpashley ↠ [KINDLE] ❃ Man in the Middle ❧ Brian Haig – Danpashley.co.uk Dispatched to investigate the suicide of one of DC's most influential defence officials Drummond and his female partner find themselves in the middle of a tug of war between Washington's Most influential power brokers and his own personal allegiance to the soldiers dying oversea There's an inherent beartrap when an author tries to capture the nuances of the shadier side of Washington CIA conspiracies circles within circles betrayals heaped upon deception and tries to keep the reader guessing Ultimately you can finish up with something so convoluted that nothing makes senseYes people are complicated politicians and I imagine spies even so Their morals are uestionable and their motivations are often at odds with the public good So sure I can well imagine them going to extreme lengths to achieve their goals I can even accept them being human and making mistakes and that their character and environment can imbue them with a propensity to habitually euivocate and prevaricate But ultimately they do things for a reason and the knack of a good storyteller is to pull all the disparate threads together so that the average reader will eventually conclude oh ok I understand now Sadly in this case there are just too many threads left handing too many things that just ultimately make no senseIt also doesn't help when you have a hero who whilst flawed is also supposed to be sharp and insightful and yet in this book is portrayed as a complete rube bumbling his way through the story like an afterthought or piece of colour