The Archer

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Dreamspinner Press, Apr 1, 2008 - Fiction - 576 pages
22 Reviews

Rocked to the core by traitors and spies, the Organization made an unprecedented move in bringing together six highly trained men to track down one rogue wolf: The Archer.

There are three field agents: one at the top of his game, one hoping to retire, and another walking the line; a cold-blooded assassin who can use any weapon known to man; a demolitions expert who can t resist the allure of fire; and a computer hacker with more tricks in his mouse than Houdini. This team is made up of the best of the best, and if it can t succeed in this impossible mission, no one can. But no plan survives first contact with the enemy especially when you can t even find out who he is!

Despite what a cluster the assignment is from the start, the six men try to get their act together to track down the rogue operative, and in the process they discover there s more to life than the next assignment. Now it s up to them to survive by working together and determining who the real traitor is: an unknown friend, a close-by enemy, or the Organization itself.

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Abigail's writing is superb. - Goodreads
This was totally on pace to be a 5 star book for me. - Goodreads
I think this is a masterful piece of writing. - Goodreads
This was the "Never Ending Book" to me. - Goodreads
THE ENDING - SPOILER ALERT!!! - Goodreads

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User Review  - Tam2603 - LibraryThing

It was definitely a good read. The action/spy storyline though got a bit overloaded over the course of the story. It was too many turns and too many endless discussions with no result, especially in ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kendra - Goodreads

The more I read this book, the more I couldn't put it down. I loved the suspense so much all I wanted to do was flip to the end to find out who the Archer was (don't worry..I didn't! lol). I really ... Read full review

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