⚣ When Darkness Falls (Jack Swyteck, #6) Author James Grippando – Buyphenergan500.us

When Darkness Falls (Jack Swyteck, #6) In The Latest Novel From The Bestselling Author Whom Critics Have Called The Thriller Writer To Watch, Lawyer Jack Swyteck Tackles A Case In Which The Life Of His Best Friend Hangs In The Balance And In Which Nothing Is As It Seems.Miami Criminal Defense Attorney Jack Swyteck Isn T Looking For A New Client, At Least Not One Who Is Homeless And In Jail For Threatening To Jump Off A Bridge But From The Moment Jack Is Called To Defend The Man, Who Goes By The Name Falcon, Something Is Amiss For One Thing, Falcon Comes Up With The 10,000 Bail In Cash Then The Body Of A Brutally Murdered Woman Is Found In The Trunk Of The Abandoned Car In Which He Is Living.Panicked And On The Run, Falcon Takes Jack S Best Friend, Theo, Hostage They End Up Barricaded In A Motel Room, And Theo Isn T The Only One At Falcon S Mercy Jack Must Work With The Cops And Their Crackerjack Negotiator To Free Theo And The Other Captives Before Falcon Decides He Has Nothing To Lose By Killing Them All.What Jack Doesn T Know Is That Falcon Has A Much Bigger Agenda, And That There Are People Behind The Scenes Who Will Stop At Nothing To Keep Their Dangerous Secrets Thus Unfolds A Riveting, Lightning Paced Story, As Only James Grippando Can Tell It.

<BOOKS> ⚣ When Darkness Falls (Jack Swyteck, #6)  Author James Grippando – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • When Darkness Falls (Jack Swyteck, #6)
  • James Grippando
  • English
  • 15 April 2018
  • 0060831138

    10 thoughts on “ ⚣ When Darkness Falls (Jack Swyteck, #6) Author James Grippando – Buyphenergan500.us


  1. says:

    RATING 4.25Most defense attorneys will tell you that many of the people that they represent are not innocent In spite of that fact, they are sworn to provide them with the best possible legal defense Miami defense attorney Jack Swyteck finds himself in a real dilemma when he is assigned a homeless man known as Falcon He is certain that he won t ...


  2. says:

    This was the first Grippando book that I have read, so Swyteck was a new character for me This was a free read in three parts from the kindle store, but I waited for all three parts to be available before I started reading I did not want to risk being left hanging From the book description, I though that this book would have alegal or sleuthing edge to it, but it wasof a thriller suspense read However, there were not enough nuggets given to uncover the mystery during the first tw This was the first Grippando book that I have read, so Swyteck was a new character for me This was a free read in three parts from the kindle store, but I waited for all three parts to be available before I started reading I did not want to risk being left hanging From the book description, I though that this book would have alegal or sleuthing edge to it, but it wasof a thriller suspense read However, there were not enough nuggets given to uncover the mystery during the first two thirds of the book Because...


  3. says:

    Si ets spraigs, un, j saka, ar t ma oti laba.


  4. says:

    The concepts I found most interesting in the book, was how Grippando based the circumstances of the plot and it s characters in part on the story of the Disappeared s from Argentina s Civil War as well as the idea to have a blind negotiator who s blindness was influenced by his own father s blindness due to macular degeneration The race to discover the truth behind homeless man Falcon s past and his reasons for holing up in a hotel with four hostages while 200,000 is being kept in a Bahamian The concepts I found most interesting in the book, was how Grippando based the circumstances of the plot and it s characters in part on the story of the Disappeared s from Ar...


  5. says:

    Good book made greater by Narrator Jonathan Davis Easy to follow and not too many characters Hostage situation may have been to drawn out but finally wrapped I ll read another Grappando book as long as it s narrated by Jonathan Davis.


  6. says:

    On the suggestion of a fellow reader we both enjoy Harlan Coben I entered the world of James Grippando it was a fast and twisting read and I did enjoy it but not as much as Myran Bolitar Will, however give him another shot in the future.


  7. says:

    Goodreads needs to improve its rating system, because I want to give this book a 3.5 out of 5 stars, but I couldn t do so The book is not that perfect to be given a round up of 4 stars, yet not that bad to be given just 3.I like how the majority of the plot was actually revolved around a hold up situation, which means, it didn t dragged on from day to days It also didn t felt like a rush, although I hate to say that the way it ended was anti climatic and waste of adrenali...


  8. says:

    It started off a it slow, but was quite riveting by the end Even though it s number 6 in the series, it s readable as a stand alone I did feel that as the main character, Jack was side lined and became just one of the many.


  9. says:

    One of Jack s current clients, The Falcon, take his former client Theo hostage in a motel room and Jack and a blind hostage negotiator must try to save his life along with the other hostages while getting to the bottom of this disturbed man s inane ramblings.


  10. says:

    2007

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