Paperback ï Overfall Kindle Þ

Paperback ï Overfall Kindle Þ


Overfall ✿ Overfall kindle Epub ❃ Author David Dun – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk As a freelance espionage expert, Sam Wintripp s existence depends on absolute secrecy His future takes a deadly turn when he rescues a beautiful woman from drowning in remote Canadian waters The fight As a freelance espionage expert, Sam Wintripp s existence depends on absolute secrecy His future takes a deadly turn when he rescues a beautiful woman from drowning in remote Canadian waters The fight for their lives has just begun.


10 thoughts on “Overfall

  1. Karen Knapstein Karen Knapstein says:

    It was entertaining A departure from what I usually read I would readfrom David Dun.


  2. Chad Chad says:

    Recently I discovered Doc Savage I know, I m late to that party Still, as I read my first Kenneth Robeson story, in a beach chair in Maui, I was a bit amazed I d not been introduced to the Man of Bronze earlier in life Regardless of the reason for the delay, I believe David Dun, author of Overfall and creator of the book s protagonist Sam of the Silverwind, cannot claim the same As I read Overfall, I saw elements of Doc Savage in Sam Yet for all Sam and Doc might have in common, Sam, as a c Recently I discovered Doc Savage I know, I m late to that party Still, as I read my first Kenneth Robeson story, in a beach chair in Maui, I was a bit amazed I d not been introduced to the Man of Bronze earlier in life Regardless of the reason for the delay, I believe David Dun, author of Overfall and creator of the book s protagonist Sam of the Silverwind, cannot claim the same As I read Overfall, I saw elements of Doc Savage in Sam Yet for all Sam and Doc might have in common, Sam, as a character frustrates me in ways Clark Doc Savage never will Okay, I m speculating, prognosticating even, but I believe my opinion is sound Here s what I mean when I say Sam bugged me Going into dangerous situation, Sam kept his finger on the trigger of his assault rifle Really On the trigger Not alongside the trigger guard but rather on the trigger, as if he d never previously held a firearm This little error is large in my mind It pains me to see characters using heavy ordinance and making greenhorn errors Having one s finger ON the trigger is just such an error.Later on, Sam is cajoled into wearing a skirt Sure, it isn t really a skirt but a sulu,which I understand is the Pacific Islander version of the Scotch kilt Still, Sam didn t want to wear it but he didn t have the resolve to say no, hell no This was just one of those niggling little things that keep a character from greatness In my opinion and for me


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10 thoughts on “Overfall

  1. Karen Knapstein Karen Knapstein says:

    It was entertaining A departure from what I usually read I would readfrom David Dun.

  2. Chad Chad says:

    Recently I discovered Doc Savage I know, I m late to that party Still, as I read my first Kenneth Robeson story, in a beach chair in Maui, I was a bit amazed I d not been introduced to the Man of Bronze earlier in life Regardless of the reason for the delay, I believe David Dun, author of Overfall and creator of the book s protagonist Sam of the Silverwind, cannot claim the same As I read Overfall, I saw elements of Doc Savage in Sam Yet for all Sam and Doc might have in common, Sam, as a c Recently I discovered Doc Savage I know, I m late to that party Still, as I read my first Kenneth Robeson story, in a beach chair in Maui, I was a bit amazed I d not been introduced to the Man of Bronze earlier in life Regardless of the reason for the delay, I believe David Dun, author of Overfall and creator of the book s protagonist Sam of the Silverwind, cannot claim the same As I read Overfall, I saw elements of Doc Savage in Sam Yet for all Sam and Doc might have in common, Sam, as a character frustrates me in ways Clark Doc Savage never will Okay, I m speculating, prognosticating even, but I believe my opinion is sound Here s what I mean when I say Sam bugged me Going into dangerous situation, Sam kept his finger on the trigger of his assault rifle Really On the trigger Not alongside the trigger guard but rather on the trigger, as if he d never previously held a firearm This little error is large in my mind It pains me to see characters using heavy ordinance and making greenhorn errors Having one s finger ON the trigger is just such an error.Later on, Sam is cajoled into wearing a skirt Sure, it isn t really a skirt but a sulu,which I understand is the Pacific Islander version of the Scotch kilt Still, Sam didn t want to wear it but he didn t have the resolve to say no, hell no This was just one of those niggling little things that keep a character from greatness In my opinion and for me

  3. Chris Chris says:

    Ned Titel Wilde vaart

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