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Review: Midnight in Madrid, Russian Trilogy Series #2

User Review  - Ben - Christianbook.com

In reading Midnight in Madrid, by the bestselling author Noel Hynd, I discovered several things. One is that Noel Hynd is a prolific writer. Two is that Midnight in Madrid is a nearly overwhelmingly ... Read full review

Review: Midnight in Madrid (The Russian Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Ray Rothfeldt - Goodreads

It's the second part of a trilogy of post cold-war spy thrillers. Like most of the genre, it's an OK read. My biggest gripe is the author could have spent less time on character development. After all ... Read full review

Review: Midnight in Madrid (The Russian Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Becky B - Goodreads

Alex LaDuca is back, not too long after her adventures in Kiev. This time she is called away from vacation by her boss asking her to help investigate the theft of The Pieta de Malta, a small statue ... Read full review

Review: Midnight in Madrid (The Russian Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Joe O'c - Goodreads

Very Good; Continuing character: Alexandra LaDuca; a religious artifact is stolen from a Madrid museum and leads LaDuca and representatives from many governments to look for it and how the money from it may be being used for terrorist operations Read full review

Review: Midnight in Madrid (The Russian Trilogy #2)

User Review  - David - Goodreads

“Every time I see you after dark, someone winds up dead.” So says the lead character Alexandra LaDuca to the Chinese agent Peter Chang. He answers, “Yeah. Midnight in Madrid. Not healthy. Someone ... Read full review

Review: Midnight in Madrid (The Russian Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Joyce Ferguson - Goodreads

This was my first Kindle read and it was free, so why not. I liked the book's references to faith and main character since she is a Christian and talks about it. The action was still interesting as ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - DCurrin - LibraryThing

decent mystery. Didn't read the first book. May consider doing that. Read full review

Review: Midnight in Madrid (The Russian Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Amanda Cain - Goodreads

I didn't enjoy this book as much as I did the first one (Conspiracy in Kiev). This book and Conspiracy in Kiev were free Kindle downloads and that's really the only reason I bought them. I'll probably ... Read full review

Review: Midnight in Madrid (The Russian Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Erin - Goodreads

In the second installment of Hynd's Russian Trilogy, featuring US Treasury agent Alex LaDuca, the author explores the ties between art theft and terrorism. As in the first book in the series, it's the ... Read full review


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