Review #418 (Book Review #118) :
I have completed one more from the clive cussler / justin scott’s Isaac Bell series. I very much loved this series, this is my 4th read of the series, all 4 books scored top ratings, this one score a 6.5/8. It is the 3rd book of series (I completed first 4 books of series now).
Again the story is based in 1900s. A guy died mysteriously who was also a notable battleship gun designer for US, it seems like a suicide but when Isaac took the case in his hands after the guy’s daughter plead for investigation suspecting it a murder, it seems that this incident is not only one stray incident instead it could be a bigger level play at hand. Someone is targeting the battleship minds of US, who is that and what is his purpose?? Is he a spy? Read it.
This book again has that characteristic style of revealing the culprit quite early in the book but still there remains 1 suspense which get revealed at the later stage, which was a bit new for the series. In this series, they always reveals the culprit Nicely woven story and intriguing read. The book is 450+ pages long and readable in fine language, plus I like the vulnerability of the detective character which is good for the series. I recommend.
Jai Raam ji ki 🙂
Story 2, Way of writing 2, Length 1, Target Readers 0.5, Credibility 1