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READ The Paladin: An utterly unputdownable thriller õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ The Paladin: An utterly unputdownable thriller Author David Ignatius – Dcmdirect.co.uk Tension suspense betrayal Ignatius is the best in the world at this Lee ChildThey took every Ove it you will BooklistTension suspense betrayal Ignatius is the best in the world at this Lee ChildThey took everything from him Now he wants revengeCIA operations officer Michael Dunne is tasked with infiltrating an Italian news organization headed by a US journalist believed to be a front for an enemy intelligence serviceDunne knows its illegal to run a covert op on an American citizen but he has never refused an assignment and his boss has assured his protection Soon after Dunne infiltrates the organization however his cover is blownWhen news of the operation breaks and someone leaks that Dunne had an extramarital affair while on the job the CIA leaves him to take the fall Now a year later fresh out of jail Dunne sets out to hunt down and take vengeance on the people who destroyed his lifeAn absolutely gripping cybersecurity thriller perfect for fans of James Swallow Mark Greaney and James DeeganPraise for The PaladinIgnatius an award winning columnist for the Washington Post brings his immense skills as a journalist to his fiction researching the idea and enriching his plot with both the latest spycraft and the arcane workings of very often the CIA Washington PostLove for its old world suspense or for its ultramodern vision of technology run amok but love it you will Booklist. I dispute the self given description This is a good thriller based in the very contemporary area of cyber fraud and fake news comment written Oct 2020 however it did not grip me and I found it easy to put aside at needCharacterisation and plotting is believable The technology is accurate well researched and understood possibly a little over scaled and speeded up or maybe not for all I know of currentabilities However the initial pacing has issues and the plot took a while to get goingThe denouemount fell flat perhaps the author was going for realism or maybe setting the stage for a seuel but I found it a little unsatisfactoryNevertheless this is a good solid piece of work and worth a read if only to understand the capabilities and dangers of modern social technology

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The Paladin An utterly unputdownable thrillerEchnology run amok but love it you will BooklistTension suspense betrayal Ignatius is the best in the world at this Lee ChildThey took everything from him Now he wants revengeCIA operations officer Michael Dunne is tasked with infiltrating an Italian news organization headed by a US journalist believed to be a front for an enemy intelligence serviceDunne knows its illegal to run a covert op on an American citizen but he has never refused an assignment and his boss has assured his protection Soon after Dunne infiltrates the organization however his cover is blownWhen news of the operation breaks and someone leaks that Dunne had an extramarital affair while on the job the CIA leaves him to take the fall Now a year later fresh out of jail Dunne sets out to hunt down and take vengeance on the people who destroyed his lifeAn absolutely gripping cybersecurity thriller perfect for fans of James Swallow Mark Greaney and James DeeganPraise for The PaladinIgnatius an award winning columnist for the Washington Post brings his immense skills as a journalist to his fiction researching the idea and enriching his plot with both the latest spycraft and the arcane workings of very often the CIA Washington PostLove for its old world suspense or for its ultramodern vision of technology run amok but l. Firstly I liked the fact that the plot is very different from anything I've read before I worked in IT for many years so was interested in the basics of the book from the start It's about a CIA IT specialist who had been persuaded to illegally monitor the activities of a so called 'journalistic' group He gets caught and imprisoned for a year gets out and seeks to find who sold him down the riverHowever far from being 'unputdownable' as the description would suggest I found myself putting it down uite a lot and not picking it back up again for a while It's not what I'd call 'gripping'Overall though it's not a bad read and isn't full of editing errors that many Kindle books suffer from If you fancy a thriller out of the normal actionspy genre then you might want to give it a go