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A Cloud in the Desert: A Steven Frisk Novel by Martin Lessem (2014-03-27)

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  • By JimFoxy on March 9, 2015

    This is a adrenaline-infused foray through the high-stakes world of international diplomacy, military conflict and espionage. The author gives a credible look inside a shadowy world of murder, treason and death. He has the inside technical detalis down pat. The characters are well-drawn, the events read like tomorrow's headlines and the tension grows from chapter to chapter. I will be looking for more of Steven Frisk!

  • By Ciaran on February 27, 2017

    The story concept itself has a lot of promise, but the book really needs 2 or 3 more rewrites and some solid editorial attention. The characters are shallow and poorly developed. The writing style is much more "tell" than "show". All in all, a good concept but the execution needs a lot of work.

  • By john_G on April 17, 2014

    A good first novel for a self published author. A good editor could have helped make the novel more consistent. The locational descriptions for instance vary from very good in the case of England and NE US to fairly vague in the middle east. The Flashbacks to the past helped to define the characters but more character development is also in order if we are to really get in touch with the players in this high stakes game of international intrigue.

  • By Bruce Broseker on May 27, 2014

    Excellent read with compelling and believable intelligence drama. A real spy thriller in the same vein as some of the classics of the genre.


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