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I couldn't help but think that The Russian is like the TV show Scandal, but if it were written for a male audience. Remember B613, that show's super-secret government black ops agency?


Protagonists Billy Cosgrove and Rob Tacoma are running an operation that's a bit like that. I imagine The Russian as an account of what Rowan, Jake, Huck, and Charlie were doing on the days when they weren't interacting with Olivia Pope's Gladiators. It was definitely action-packed, and the body count is high. (I think Tacoma assassinates more unsavory characters than 24's Jack Bauer.)

Personally, I like a bit more intrigue mixed into my thrillers, but your preferences may vary.

I would have enjoyed The Russian more if a few research issues were addressed, particularly in the beginning.

The Florida guy who's promising "Tough Leadership for a Better America" is supposedly a Democrat, and the New York Irishman is allegedly a Republican. Connecticut hasn't had a Republican in the Senate since the 1980s.

Why all the political "unicorns"? I think these changes are an effort to make these minor characters sound interesting, but they fall flat because they just add unnecessary cognitive dissonance to the storyline.

Speaking of politics, the section with the weird hijinks with the US Constitution bugged me, too. Pulling a "secret" part of the document out of a fancy safe was silly and unneeded.

Plenty of presidents have signed executive orders that have been hidden from the public. Many, many pages could have been cut by simply signing a document and calling in the Gang of Eight.

While the writing in The Russian could be tightened up a lot, I guess if you wish Scandal had a lot more of B613 in it, then it may be for you. 2.5 stars rounded up.

Thanks to NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for providing me with a DRC of this novel, which will be available for purchase on July 30th.

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i couldn't help but think that the russian is like the tv show scandal, but if it were written for a male audience. remember b613, that show's super-secret government black ops agency?


protagonists billy cosgrove and rob tacoma are running an operation that's a bit like that. i imagine the russian as an account of what rowan, jake, huck, and charlie were doing on the days when they weren't interacting with olivia pope's gladiators. it was definitely action-packed, and the body count is high. (i think tacoma assassinates more unsavory characters than 24's jack bauer.)

personally, i like a bit more intrigue mixed into my thrillers, but your preferences may vary.

i would have enjoyed the russian more if a few research issues were addressed, particularly in the beginning.

the florida guy who's promising "tough leadership for a better america" is supposedly a democrat, and the new york irishman is allegedly a republican. connecticut hasn't had a republican in the senate since the 1980s.

why all the political "unicorns"? i think these changes are an effort to make these minor characters sound interesting, but they fall flat because they just add unnecessary cognitive dissonance to the storyline.

speaking of politics, the section with the weird hijinks with the us constitution bugged me, too. pulling a "secret" part of the document out of a fancy safe was silly and unneeded.

plenty of presidents have signed executive orders that have been hidden from the public. many, many pages could have been cut by simply signing a document and calling in the gang of eight.

while the writing in the russian could be tightened up a lot, i guess if you wish scandal had a lot more of b613 in it, then it may be for you. 2.5 stars rounded up.

thanks to netgalley and st. martin's press for providing me with a drc of this novel, which will be available for purchase on july 30th. coloratura, so that the musical tensions would be more obvious. An image scandal, but for dudes
i couldn't help but think that the russian is like the tv show scandal, but if it were written for a male audience. remember b613, that show's super-secret government black ops agency?


protagonists billy cosgrove and rob tacoma are running an operation that's a bit like that. i imagine the russian as an account of what rowan, jake, huck, and charlie were doing on the days when they weren't interacting with olivia pope's gladiators. it was definitely action-packed, and the body count is high. (i think tacoma assassinates more unsavory characters than 24's jack bauer.)

personally, i like a bit more intrigue mixed into my thrillers, but your preferences may vary.

i would have enjoyed the russian more if a few research issues were addressed, particularly in the beginning.

the florida guy who's promising "tough leadership for a better america" is supposedly a democrat, and the new york irishman is allegedly a republican. connecticut hasn't had a republican in the senate since the 1980s.

why all the political "unicorns"? i think these changes are an effort to make these minor characters sound interesting, but they fall flat because they just add unnecessary cognitive dissonance to the storyline.

speaking of politics, the section with the weird hijinks with the us constitution bugged me, too. pulling a "secret" part of the document out of a fancy safe was silly and unneeded.

plenty of presidents have signed executive orders that have been hidden from the public. many, many pages could have been cut by simply signing a document and calling in the gang of eight.

while the writing in the russian could be tightened up a lot, i guess if you wish scandal had a lot more of b613 in it, then it may be for you. 2.5 stars rounded up.

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i couldn't help but think that the russian is like the tv show scandal, but if it were written for a male audience. remember b613, that show's super-secret government black ops agency?


protagonists billy cosgrove and rob tacoma are running an operation that's a bit like that. i imagine the russian as an account of what rowan, jake, huck, and charlie were doing on the days when they weren't interacting with olivia pope's gladiators. it was definitely action-packed, and the body count is high. (i think tacoma assassinates more unsavory characters than 24's jack bauer.)

personally, i like a bit more intrigue mixed into my thrillers, but your preferences may vary.

i would have enjoyed the russian more if a few research issues were addressed, particularly in the beginning.

the florida guy who's promising "tough leadership for a better america" is supposedly a democrat, and the new york irishman is allegedly a republican. connecticut hasn't had a republican in the senate since the 1980s.

why all the political "unicorns"? i think these changes are an effort to make these minor characters sound interesting, but they fall flat because they just add unnecessary cognitive dissonance to the storyline.

speaking of politics, the section with the weird hijinks with the us constitution bugged me, too. pulling a "secret" part of the document out of a fancy safe was silly and unneeded.

plenty of presidents have signed executive orders that have been hidden from the public. many, many pages could have been cut by simply signing a document and calling in the gang of eight.

while the writing in the russian could be tightened up a lot, i guess if you wish scandal had a lot more of b613 in it, then it may be for you. 2.5 stars rounded up.

thanks to netgalley and st. martin's press for providing me with a drc of this novel, which will be available for purchase on july 30th. any known insect it has been used as a model organism and has been the subject of much research. scandal, but for dudes
i couldn't help but think that the russian is like the tv show scandal, but if it were written for a male audience. remember b613, that show's super-secret government black ops agency?


protagonists billy cosgrove and rob tacoma are running an operation that's a bit like that. i imagine the russian as an account of what rowan, jake, huck, and charlie were doing on the days when they weren't interacting with olivia pope's gladiators. it was definitely action-packed, and the body count is high. (i think tacoma assassinates more unsavory characters than 24's jack bauer.)

personally, i like a bit more intrigue mixed into my thrillers, but your preferences may vary.

i would have enjoyed the russian more if a few research issues were addressed, particularly in the beginning.

the florida guy who's promising "tough leadership for a better america" is supposedly a democrat, and the new york irishman is allegedly a republican. connecticut hasn't had a republican in the senate since the 1980s.

why all the political "unicorns"? i think these changes are an effort to make these minor characters sound interesting, but they fall flat because they just add unnecessary cognitive dissonance to the storyline.

speaking of politics, the section with the weird hijinks with the us constitution bugged me, too. pulling a "secret" part of the document out of a fancy safe was silly and unneeded.

plenty of presidents have signed executive orders that have been hidden from the public. many, many pages could have been cut by simply signing a document and calling in the gang of eight.

while the writing in the russian could be tightened up a lot, i guess if you wish scandal had a lot more of b613 in it, then it may be for you. 2.5 stars rounded up.

thanks to netgalley and st. martin's press for providing me with a drc of this novel, which will be available for purchase on july 30th.
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i couldn't help but think that the russian is like the tv show scandal, but if it were written for a male audience. remember b613, that show's super-secret government black ops agency?


protagonists billy cosgrove and rob tacoma are running an operation that's a bit like that. i imagine the russian as an account of what rowan, jake, huck, and charlie were doing on the days when they weren't interacting with olivia pope's gladiators. it was definitely action-packed, and the body count is high. (i think tacoma assassinates more unsavory characters than 24's jack bauer.)

personally, i like a bit more intrigue mixed into my thrillers, but your preferences may vary.

i would have enjoyed the russian more if a few research issues were addressed, particularly in the beginning.

the florida guy who's promising "tough leadership for a better america" is supposedly a democrat, and the new york irishman is allegedly a republican. connecticut hasn't had a republican in the senate since the 1980s.

why all the political "unicorns"? i think these changes are an effort to make these minor characters sound interesting, but they fall flat because they just add unnecessary cognitive dissonance to the storyline.

speaking of politics, the section with the weird hijinks with the us constitution bugged me, too. pulling a "secret" part of the document out of a fancy safe was silly and unneeded.

plenty of presidents have signed executive orders that have been hidden from the public. many, many pages could have been cut by simply signing a document and calling in the gang of eight.

while the writing in the russian could be tightened up a lot, i guess if you wish scandal had a lot more of b613 in it, then it may be for you. 2.5 stars rounded up.

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i couldn't help but think that the russian is like the tv show scandal, but if it were written for a male audience. remember b613, that show's super-secret government black ops agency?


protagonists billy cosgrove and rob tacoma are running an operation that's a bit like that. i imagine the russian as an account of what rowan, jake, huck, and charlie were doing on the days when they weren't interacting with olivia pope's gladiators. it was definitely action-packed, and the body count is high. (i think tacoma assassinates more unsavory characters than 24's jack bauer.)

personally, i like a bit more intrigue mixed into my thrillers, but your preferences may vary.

i would have enjoyed the russian more if a few research issues were addressed, particularly in the beginning.

the florida guy who's promising "tough leadership for a better america" is supposedly a democrat, and the new york irishman is allegedly a republican. connecticut hasn't had a republican in the senate since the 1980s.

why all the political "unicorns"? i think these changes are an effort to make these minor characters sound interesting, but they fall flat because they just add unnecessary cognitive dissonance to the storyline.

speaking of politics, the section with the weird hijinks with the us constitution bugged me, too. pulling a "secret" part of the document out of a fancy safe was silly and unneeded.

plenty of presidents have signed executive orders that have been hidden from the public. many, many pages could have been cut by simply signing a document and calling in the gang of eight.

while the writing in the russian could be tightened up a lot, i guess if you wish scandal had a lot more of b613 in it, then it may be for you. 2.5 stars rounded up.

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i couldn't help but think that the russian is like the tv show scandal, but if it were written for a male audience. remember b613, that show's super-secret government black ops agency?


protagonists billy cosgrove and rob tacoma are running an operation that's a bit like that. i imagine the russian as an account of what rowan, jake, huck, and charlie were doing on the days when they weren't interacting with olivia pope's gladiators. it was definitely action-packed, and the body count is high. (i think tacoma assassinates more unsavory characters than 24's jack bauer.)

personally, i like a bit more intrigue mixed into my thrillers, but your preferences may vary.

i would have enjoyed the russian more if a few research issues were addressed, particularly in the beginning.

the florida guy who's promising "tough leadership for a better america" is supposedly a democrat, and the new york irishman is allegedly a republican. connecticut hasn't had a republican in the senate since the 1980s.

why all the political "unicorns"? i think these changes are an effort to make these minor characters sound interesting, but they fall flat because they just add unnecessary cognitive dissonance to the storyline.

speaking of politics, the section with the weird hijinks with the us constitution bugged me, too. pulling a "secret" part of the document out of a fancy safe was silly and unneeded.

plenty of presidents have signed executive orders that have been hidden from the public. many, many pages could have been cut by simply signing a document and calling in the gang of eight.

while the writing in the russian could be tightened up a lot, i guess if you wish scandal had a lot more of b613 in it, then it may be for you. 2.5 stars rounded up.

thanks to netgalley and st. martin's press for providing me with a drc of this novel, which will be available for purchase on july 30th. committee open for business.