High Hand by Curtis J. James

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High Hand starts off with a bang. Literally. From there this well-paced story takes the readers around the globe to multiple locations to meet various characters who may or may not be involved. There is lots of suspense and many unexpected turns to keep turning the page.

It’s a fun read if you enjoy spy/political thrillers. I assure you it has a touch of everything from political shifty to Mossad (the national intelligence agency of Israel).

There were some parts of the story though where the dialogue was very heavy and I had to encourage myself to keep moving. Also, this novel is written by three different people and despite how well-written it is, there are spots where that is very evident.

Grab your copy!

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T I T L E: High Hand

A U T H O R: Curtis J. James

P U B L I S H • D A T E : February 1, 2016

P U B L I S H E R: Copper Peak Press

I S B N:  9780986430305

Political Thriller, Spy


Is there a connection between a bomb blast meant to kill the presumptive Republican presidential nominee and a group of prominent men who played poker in Moscow years ago? What is Operation Long Shadow, and what does it have to do with the xWave–a new high-tech device that can receive and transmit data via brain waves? Frank Adams must discover why he and his former poker buddies are being targeted for assassination and finds a surprising ally in his ex-wife, Lisa Hawkes, a brilliant Russian linguist and CIA covert agent, to learn the truth in this international thriller. 

I received a copy via the author in exchange for an honest review. 

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