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The Rand Principle

The Rand Principle It s open season on Leeland Rand when his own government targets him for elimination Is he a deadly killer or a pawn in a game of cat and mouse Or both A mysterious stranger warns Rand to run or die

  • Title: The Rand Principle
  • Author: JackThompson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It s open season on Leeland Rand when his own government targets him for elimination Is he a deadly killer, or a pawn in a game of cat and mouse Or both A mysterious stranger warns Rand to run or die, but where do you go when you are public enemy number one Will Rand uncover whoever has targeted him for termination before the U.S Marshal Service s best tracker can findIt s open season on Leeland Rand when his own government targets him for elimination Is he a deadly killer, or a pawn in a game of cat and mouse Or both A mysterious stranger warns Rand to run or die, but where do you go when you are public enemy number one Will Rand uncover whoever has targeted him for termination before the U.S Marshal Service s best tracker can find and kill him Think Jason Bourne and The Fugitive, and enjoy this political thriller.

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      Published :2020-05-15T16:23:57+00:00

    About "JackThompson"

    1. JackThompson

      Jack Thompson is an international bestselling author finding voices in many genres In addition to his popular Raja Williams mystery series, Jack writes science fiction, political thrillers, paranormal romance, children s stories and fairy tales.According to Jack, whether reading or writing, what makes a story great is how well it communicates to the reader Whether presenting him with a hero he wishes he could be or a villain he chooses to hate, the characters must relate to the reader on a personal level A reader will leave a good story in an improved condition He may have learned something new about the world or himself, or simply been well entertained That s why Jack writes.

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    1. “The Rand Principle” by Jack Thompson was good story, not great one, but certainly a good story that will keep the reader engaged. It is a relatively quick read and its plot is engaging; however, it is certainly very reminiscent of “The Fugitive” series plot with the blindly loyal marshal following the “fugitive” who happens to be innocent. Still, Thompson has added some clever twists and turns which do make this a very good story. The addition of the characters of the sinister Mr. P [...]


    2. This is the second satisfied read of a Jack Thompson novel. There are two main characters in this fast moving story. Jonathan Lord is a renowned U.S. Marshal who doesn't always like his assignments, but he is always successful in getting his man, even working alone. His assignment is to capture notorious Robert "Lee" Rand who is also a master in what he does: killing. Rand is always two steps ahead of Marshall Lord, even though Lord has a list of the potential next victims. They are both being d [...]


    3. Political thriller which wasn't quite edgy enough. Good read thoughFirst ParagraphsEach time the lights flashed into the New York City subway car, a lone red-haired man appeared in the last car. He sat very still and upright, like a man getting his picture taken with a slow speed portrait camera. A Kansas City Royals baseball cap was next to him on the seat, along with a brown leather shoulder bag. Two cars ahead, a man in a cheap business suit was making his way toward the rear of the car. He l [...]


    4. A fugitive believed to be responsible for a number of deaths is pursued around the country. His own attempts to find out the significance of something that happened in his past, connected to his participation in a drug trial as a student, adds to the body count. He finally gets his answers just as the authorities are closing in, but is it too late?


    5. This thriller was sleek, smooth, well-written, well plotted, and revealed unexpected depth as the story moved into high gear. I really enjoyed it. I wish that it had been longer so the characters could have been explored more fully - that seemed a bit sparse - yet there was enough there to make the story work very well. In particular, it was great to read a thriller penned by a skilled writer!


    6. Pretty quick read. I didn't like that it took more than half the book to learn what was really going on. Also, Rand ate eggs like 4 times in the story. Kind of a random point that I kept noticing. But it was an enjoyable story overall.


    7. This is agood quick read book. I actually read it in 3 hrs. Engaging plot and interesting premise. Just enough to make you wonder if some of the brainwahing techniques could actually happen. good for a long layover or a lazy afternoon.


    8. the story was good, not great, but certainly engaging as I finished it quickly. the writing was just so-so. this author needs a better editor to polish the rough spots.





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