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Colin Forbes's favourite spies, England's finest, Tweed, Paula Grey(in her debut field assignment) and international foreign correspondent Bob Newman are hot on the trail of a former Russian strategic warfare planner who has i. .

Colin Forbes's favourite spies, England's finest, Tweed, Paula Grey(in her debut field assignment) and international foreign correspondent Bob Newman are hot on the trail of a former Russian strategic warfare planner who has in his possession Triton Three, the most powerful non-nuclear explosive in the world. Who is the mysterious sniper called The Monk and whose side is he really on? The trail leads Tweed and co. to Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and a showdown at Rotterdam.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. It should have been a tranquil, if unwelcome holiday for Tweed. But six fresh graves in an isolated Norfolk churchyard mark the start of one of the deadlist manhunts ever undertaken. A hostile master planner has gone missing. He has vanished - with enough explosive power to take out a great city.

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Deadlock,' is in the series 'Tweed & C. by Colin Forbes. It belongs to the Genre of action/adventure. The title is appropriate for the story, but I find the cover a bit bland.

It should have been a tranquil, if unwelcome holiday for Tweed. A thriller in which six fresh graves in an isolated Norfolk church yard mark the start of a man hunt. Tweed is commissioned to find a Russian master planner who has disappeared without trace and possessing enough explosive power to destroy a large city.

And they all have their weapons and plenty of ammo?'. Uzi machine-pistols, grenades, rifles - automatic. And we dropped that piece of paper with the faked details for robbing a bank. I think that's it. I'd better get back. You have someone with you -I saw him as I passed the window. A man you may have heard of - coming from Paris.

Colin Forbes was the pen name used by the famous British author Raymond Harold Sawkins for writing his mystery and thriller novels. He also made use of other pen names such as Richard Paine, Harold English, and Jay Bernard throughout his writing career. Colin has written a total of 3 thriller novel series in his career, most of which are spy thriller.

Raymond Harold Sawkins (14 July 1923 – 23 August 2006) was a British novelist, who mainly published under the pseudonym Colin Forbes, but also as Richard Raine, Jay Bernard and Harold English. He published only three of his first books under his own name. Sawkins wrote over 40 books, mostly as Colin Forbes. He was most famous for his long-running series of thriller novels in which the principal character is Tweed, Deputy Director of the Secret Intelligence Service.

A thriller in which six fresh graves in an isolated Norfolk church yard mark the start of a man hunt. Tweed is commissioned to find a Russian master planner who has disappeared without trace and possessing enough explosive power to destroy a large city.

Deadlock epub download

ISBN13: 978-0002233262

ISBN: 0002233266

Author: Colin Forbes

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Action & Adventure

Language: English

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; First Edition edition (January 5, 1988)

Pages: 462 pages

ePUB size: 1109 kb

FB2 size: 1625 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 371

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krot
'Deadlock,' is #5 in the series 'Tweed & Co.' by Colin Forbes. It belongs to the Genre of action/adventure. The title is appropriate for the story, but I find the cover a bit bland. The book is aimed at a male audience.
Having lived for a time in that part of Europe, I recognize a lot of the locations and can verify that they are well researched. There is a lot of accidental dropping of names to move the story along.
It is a fast-paced thriller and a long read, but every page is worth it. All the characters are well developed and so well described you would probably recognize them if you saw them walking down the street.
From very early in the story, there was a continual reference to scuba divers, but no one seemed to pay any attention to them until the end. The story depended a lot on two new characters. One had a minor role in an earlier book and the other someone new. I would expect to see them in future stories. The book had an ending I did not expect.
A drawback to this book of good versus evil is that it is similar to all the other books in the series. There were some editing mistakes that seemed to increase towards the end of the book.
krot
'Deadlock,' is #5 in the series 'Tweed & Co.' by Colin Forbes. It belongs to the Genre of action/adventure. The title is appropriate for the story, but I find the cover a bit bland. The book is aimed at a male audience.
Having lived for a time in that part of Europe, I recognize a lot of the locations and can verify that they are well researched. There is a lot of accidental dropping of names to move the story along.
It is a fast-paced thriller and a long read, but every page is worth it. All the characters are well developed and so well described you would probably recognize them if you saw them walking down the street.
From very early in the story, there was a continual reference to scuba divers, but no one seemed to pay any attention to them until the end. The story depended a lot on two new characters. One had a minor role in an earlier book and the other someone new. I would expect to see them in future stories. The book had an ending I did not expect.
A drawback to this book of good versus evil is that it is similar to all the other books in the series. There were some editing mistakes that seemed to increase towards the end of the book.
Nalaylewe
Colin Forbes's favourite spies, England's finest, Tweed, Paula Grey(in her debut field assignment) and international foreign correspondent Bob Newman are hot on the trail of a former Russian strategic warfare planner who has in his possession Triton Three, the most powerful non-nuclear explosive in the world. What is his target? Who is the mysterious sniper called The Monk and whose side is he really on? The trail leads Tweed and co. to Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and a showdown at Rotterdam. The locations are once again well-researched, Forbes always visits them to get a good atmosphere and fire up his imagination! The action as well never stops, and the storytelling and prose is kept simple so it will appeal to a wide variety of readers. Which, along with memorable characters, shows why he is extremely popular. If you can track down a copy of DEADLOCK, get it - it is one of the best terrorist thrillers ever!
Nalaylewe
Colin Forbes's favourite spies, England's finest, Tweed, Paula Grey(in her debut field assignment) and international foreign correspondent Bob Newman are hot on the trail of a former Russian strategic warfare planner who has in his possession Triton Three, the most powerful non-nuclear explosive in the world. What is his target? Who is the mysterious sniper called The Monk and whose side is he really on? The trail leads Tweed and co. to Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and a showdown at Rotterdam. The locations are once again well-researched, Forbes always visits them to get a good atmosphere and fire up his imagination! The action as well never stops, and the storytelling and prose is kept simple so it will appeal to a wide variety of readers. Which, along with memorable characters, shows why he is extremely popular. If you can track down a copy of DEADLOCK, get it - it is one of the best terrorist thrillers ever!
one life
....The one main thing that surprised me about this is how well it's dated. I was wondering as I read it "when was it published" but it could have been released this week, and you wouldn't be able to tell when it was written.
As always, the atmosphere is amazing. Forbes has done a brilliant job of capturing the areas visited in the book, and the various peculiarities of the differant nations. There was a definite feeling of suspense, and I found it very hard to put the book down, sacrificing a lot of sleep getting through it!
In sum, I think it is a brillaint book, and if you can track down a copy, it is well worth it. This is far greater than any other terrorist thrillers out there at the moment.
one life
....The one main thing that surprised me about this is how well it's dated. I was wondering as I read it "when was it published" but it could have been released this week, and you wouldn't be able to tell when it was written.
As always, the atmosphere is amazing. Forbes has done a brilliant job of capturing the areas visited in the book, and the various peculiarities of the differant nations. There was a definite feeling of suspense, and I found it very hard to put the book down, sacrificing a lot of sleep getting through it!
In sum, I think it is a brillaint book, and if you can track down a copy, it is well worth it. This is far greater than any other terrorist thrillers out there at the moment.