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Saturday, August 15, 2015

Ryder:Bird of Prey by NIck Pengelley



Ayesha Ryder is a back.  She is, in many ways, damaged goods.  The terror she underwent as a child has molded her into the competent but some what demented person.  The author, once again, looked at a contemporary world situation, the dissolution of the United Kingdom.  This book is again, more of a urban Indiana Jones with references back to the previous books. This book stands alone just fine though.

Ayesha Ryder is a protagonist of deep feelings.  She has great regrets, great angers and a love that will forever be unrequited.  Lady Madrigal, a beautiful but elderly former operative serves as a mentor and resource for Ryder.  Ryder finds a librarian with surprising skills.  

Ryder has a dark side that struggles for ascendancy.   There is plenty of action and the plot has some surprising twists.

I highly recommend.

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http://bookrevues.blogspot.com/2014/12/ryder-american-treasure-by-nicholas.html
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