The Shadow List by Todd Moss

The Shadow List

Todd Moss

"Todd Moss is reinventing the diplomatic thriller, much as John Grisham reinvented the legal thriller."-- Mary Louise Kelly, NPR national security correspondent

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A cutting-edge novel of international crime and its consequences, from Nigeria to Russia to Washington, from the former deputy assistant secretary of state.

We laugh when it pops up in our inbox: the scam letter promising a windfall. We wonder: How does anybody fall for these things? But it is no laughing matter. It is one of the biggest organized crime rackets in the world, it is deadly - and State Department crisis manager Judd Ryker has fallen right into the middle of it.

The disappearance of a young American in London sends Ryker into the heart of a corruption scandal in Nigeria, at the same time his CIA agent wife Jessica finds herself chasing a Russian master criminal known as the Bear. Unknown to either of them, they are pulling at two ends of the same lethal thread, a staggeringly vicious enterprise of piracy, extortion, and murder.

The world is messy and dangerous, Jessica warns her husband.More dangerous than you know. But he is about to find out.


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I really wanted to like this book. I do enjoy espionage stories and the topic certainly seemed current, but the writing was just not to my liking. Thank you for the ARC.

I tried my best, but just couldn't get into this one.

"The Shadow List" is the first book in this series of four by Todd Moss that I have read. While the challenges and issues of the CIA and global politics are current and important, the fast pace of this novel and the character development (that I assume was done in the earlier novels) merely skimmed over the complexities. This was a quick, enjoyable read, but not one that makes me want to go back and read the earlier books or anticipate the future ones.

So this novel is really fast-paced. There are a lot of characters and there's a lot going on, so you really need to stay focused. It was quite easy to follow in spite of my complete lack of background on the series. However, I would recommend that interested readers start from the beginning so that they can have a better understanding of the story and characters. While the story was interesting, I found that it was a little too convoluted. There were too many angles and too many things going on that didn't tie up as well as I wish they would have. Even though the author chose a really interesting topic to base the story on, I felt my interest wane as too many things were thrown in and not enough was explored at times; it just felt like it was missing some depth. I had no problem with pacing or character development. But if I had to compare this to the Sigma Force series, then I would definitely prefer the Sigma Force series. For me, this novel was just okay and I would give it a 2.5/5 rounded to 3 stars.

‘The Shadow List’ provides a complex story for Judd and Jessica Ryker. This is the 4th novel in the Judd Ryker series. From the very beginning there are many different plot lines that ultimately blend into one satisfying conclusion. Judd, from the State Department, travels to Nigeria to help find an American who seems to have been scammed and kidnapped while on a trip to England. While in Nigeria, he is also tasked with saving an NBA player who was kidnapped while dedicating a hospital. In addition, Judd rescues a judge who needs to escape from Nigeria where a target has been placed on his back. Meanwhile … Jessica, a CIA agent posing as an assassin, heads to Russia to meet a mobster and collect enough info to put him away. To prove herself, she accepts an assignment from “The Bear” to kill a judge the next day in … NIGERIA. Guess which judge. And, so it goes … one strange twist after another. Wonderfully written and hard to put down.

I wish I had realized that this was a fourth book in the series. It was enjoyable, however I feel like I did not understand the relationships and the world building as well as had I read the books from the start. It was an entertaining story, but I probably will not go back to read the other three and I do not know that I would continue this series.

Unfortunately, I didn't enjoy this book as much as I could have if I had read the first 3 books in the series. There was too much missing in the back story to really enjoy this story. The writing and plot made me think that I would enjoy the rest of the book so I will make an effort to read the first one.

The Shadow List is book 4 in the Judd Ryker series. This is the first one I've read and while it can be read separately, there is a lot of backstory and relationship development missing. The Shadow List is a pretty fast moving political thriller that looks into foreign government corruption. There is plenty of intriguing plots, but ultimately felt a little flat for me. The storyline hopped all over the world and amongst various governmental agencies. I would have preferred staying with one person versus multiple people.

This was the first book I've read in the Judd Ryker series. I think I would have benefited more had I read the first three books. This story is chock full of spying, deceit, danger, and tons of action. It involves a couple who are American agents for different agencies both sent out on different missions who end up in the same place seeming working together but all the wrong reasons. The stories within the story all tie together well and the characters, of which there were many, completely worked, but, I go back to probably getting more enjoyment out of the plot, characters and interaction had I read the previous books. It was an easy read (relatively speaking) and I would recommend it, and although it marginally holds it's own as a stand alone, but read the series in order. I received an advance copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

This was the first of the Judd Ryker series that I've read. It was more plot based rather than character based so there was a ton of action and just enough character building to keep you interested and caring. The pacing was good and gained speed towards the end, with everything coming to a head. I liked how all of the threads entwined, though I wasn't sure how everything would come together I was enjoying the ride so I was okay with that. I appreciated that Judd and Jessica had a good relationship despite their challenges. I've read so many books with couples growing to hate each other or having problems that it was nice to see them clearly look towards each other for strength/guidance. I received a review copy.

This is a fun, quick read with exotic locals and crazy twists, tying almost everything together with great skill. To pitch it as being about a Nigerian e-mail scam is a bit misleading, as that is a tiny piece of it that could have been used more, but the interconnectedness of the modern world is clearly illustrated, if not all of the people pulling the strings behind the curtain.

This was a very good thriller and recommend to anyone that enjoys that genre. A person goes missing that is tied to a scam ring originating out of Nigeria. the two main characters are married one being CIA and the other working for the state department. They try to keep their jobs separate but as the story progresses their paths cross in a deadly way. I liked the flow of the story and they set up the plot to continue very nicely at the end of the book. Looking forward to the next book. 4 star rating

I have to say I kind of enjoyed this book! Though at times it was predictable what was coming/ going to happen, it was quick paced and held my attention. This is my first read by Todd Moss and definitely won’t be my last. I’d give a 4 out of 5.

I thoroughly enjoyed this quick read as my first plunge into the world of Mr. Moss. He held a good pace and character development as he sets the scene for the story to play out. You did a very good job helping me get into the action itself, even to the point of being irritated with some of the characters reluctance and questioning. Although a little predictable at times I still look forward to each chapter. He must be setting up for a sequel because I kept trying to turn the page after I finish the book. I must want a little more story but will have to wait for the next installment. Thanks Todd Moss and first to read for a very enjoyable adventure.

I received an ARC of 'The Shadow List' by Todd Moss from the First to Read program for free in exchange for my review. This was my first time reading a Todd Moss novel but it will not be my last. I enjoy the political/espionage thriller genre. This novel had excellent characters with enough development that they did not feel '2 dimensional'. The pace moved fast enough to keep me engaged throughout. I would give it a 4 out of 5 stars.

The Rykers are a great team. The went at the same problem from both ends. When the ends meet "boom!" This was just a fun read with a lot of current politics involved. The pacing is wonderful. It has a very good flow. I believe everyone will enjoy the connections that are built in this story. Book two...yes!!!

Like many others, this is my first experience reading Todd Moss. This struck me as a book that I would recommend to someone reads a book or two a year and was looking for a quick vacation read. It was enjoyable enough, but I tend to look for books that are somehow more engaging, have greater depth, and this one fell short for me. I'm grateful to First to Read for the opportunity to access it early and offer an honest review.

This is my first outing with Todd Moss and this series. I love the premise- political/espionage thrillers are always on my list. The pacing is good & there is a lot of energy. The characters are good. The book is entertaining, but I did feel that the writing itself felt flat. Or perhaps I should say just not fully developed and slightly predictable. Still? Enjoyable light reading. Thank you First To Read for the advanced copy in exchange for an honest review

This was an interesting and easy read, the plot is pretty simple so the book is ideal for a lazy afternoon.

Thanks to First to Read I was able to read this book and give a review. It was the first from this series that I had read. Very fast paced with two central characters involved in clandestine careers that are beginning to collide and overlap. While out in this dangerous world and traveling to new circumstances at the drop of a hat, they are trying to raise two children at home. Even though the storyline was far from dull, I can't honestly say that I enjoyed it. When the situations collided, there was too much secrecy between the main players because of their personal life and their careers. It seemed as though the plot was to tear down their absolute trust with each other in their marriage for their job challenges. It was too much and I will not be looking for the other books in the series.

Although this is the fourth book in the Ryder series (Jessica and Judd Ryder being the protagonists), it is the first I've read. It is a fast paced and engaging read - alternating through chapters about the individual key players, with the various threads seeming to spin out of control until it all comes together. Quite enjoyable, and I would recommend it to fans of political and espionage thrillers by authors such as Tom Clancy, David Baldacci, and Frederick Forsyth. With thanks to the author, Todd Moss, and the publisher, G.P. Putnam for the advanced reader copy.

What an exciting and fast read, the action packed story had me guessing till the end. Unfortunately I had not read the other books in the series and did find the lack of backstory a bit hard to invest in some of the characters, but I never had any trouble following the current adventure and loved every bit of it.

I hate reviews with spoilers so you won't read any here. All you'll get is my humble opinion about the quality of this novel. I'm new to this author and throughly enjoyed the book, even though I missed the first three books in the series. I found that I was able to enjoy the characters and the story. The main characters are a married couple who are trying to separate their personal life from their challenging careers that are now intersecting. The plan to keep their covert careers from becoming an issue unintentionally goes awry. The plot is suitably complex but fairly easy to follow. Plenty of action in this one. This is another excellent representation of the genre. I was chosen to read an advance copy of this book as part of the Penguin's First to Read program. The opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.

When I finished reading the blurb, I thought "that will make for an interesting book". Having read the book, I'm less than satisfied. The book is a good and fast read, but it is far from great. Things come to a head and the resolution happens rather fast and without much preamble for how it came to be. I wish the author would dive a little deeper and make the final outcomes feel a little less arbitrary, so that when the book ends you end up satisfied, thinking "I didn't see that coming, but it made sense".

Very fast paced and hard to put down! I just hate the way it ended because now I will be impatient for the next in the series. Well written and very believable. Thanks First to Read for my advance copy!

This is the fourth book in a series and I have not read the first two books but did get the third one (about Cuba) through First to Read. I will say that this one was much easier to read and follow. I am not sure if it is because I am already familiar with the characters or if this one was written in a more reader friendly manner. This book is very enjoyable and a quick, easy read. One of the unique things about this series is that the main characters work for the State Department and the CIA so not only do you get the conflict with the outside "bad guy" but you also get the conflict between these entities. And on top of all of that the two main characters are married. I am looking forward to the next book to come.

The Shadow List begins with a internet letter scam sent to a young man in a Wall Street corporation. He follows the letter to London with the lure of easy money. It unwittingly leads to his kidnapping and thus our story begins. It is a story of a married couple, one of whom works for the US State Department and the other for the CIA. We find that Intertwined with them are their bosses, their colleagues, an American politician, a Russian mafia boss and his cohorts, and Nigerian politicians and Internet scammers. I found the beginning to be a little slow in order to become acquainted with the characters but it quickly picks up with an action-packed pace full with mystery, intrigue, extortion, murder, and numerous twists. You do get to find out what a shadow list is! I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to. Reading others by this author!

Thank you First to Read for the opportunity to read "The Shadow List" by Todd Moss. Quick, fast paced read - he has now become another author for me to be on the lookout for.

When Jason Saunders received a letter with an offer too good to refuse, his first impression is that it is a scam. However, the letter contained personal information that was not generally known. When Jason responds it results in his disappearance. Judd Ryker, working for the State Department, is assigned to find Jason. The trail leads to Nigeria, where many such letters originate. Judd's wife Jessica works for the CIA. As Judd travels to Nigeria, Jessica travels to St. Petersburg, posing as an assassin who does jobs for the Russian mafia. She is given the job of eliminating an official in Nigeria, where their assignments cross and the action takes off. Greed, manipulation, corruption, kidnapping and some memorable characters make this an exciting read.

Thank you First to Read for access to the ARC of this book! When I saw the cover of Shadow List, I knew I wanted to read it! I was intrigued by the premise surrounding a scam email, but the story was so much more than that -- intricacies of diplomacy at every turn. This was a fun diplomatic thriller!

Super fast-paced action, and, as this is my first read in this series, I thought the introduction of characters went pretty well. I had no trouble following it and I liked the main characters, Judd and Jessica. It was a quick, enjoyable read with interesting details and great creative character sketches at every turn. It clearly set itself up for a sequel, though -- so many things left undone that it felt incomplete as a novel, but I suppose that's to keep you coming back for more. I got a free copy to review from First to Read.

I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have to say I haven't read anything from this author before, and didn't realize this was part of a series. I highly enjoyed this book, at times having a very hard time putting it down to do anything else but keep reading. This is a book full of intrigue, fighting corruption, a bit of family life, a lot of people trying to do the right thing for the right reason, and most of all a whole lost of twists and turns that will keep you guessing. This is a high energy thriller involving the Ryker family, Jessica and Judd, they are married. They both work for the government in Washington, D.C. They work in different department, and try to keep their work life separate. They both go about their very different jobs and end of in different parts of the world, he in Nigeria, she in Russia. They are trying to save the lives of people doing good in the world & their own, when their paths cross and true danger shows it's ugly head! This is a must read!

This is the first book I read in this series and now I will go back and read the others that preceded it. I really enjoyed this story. What seems like a Nigerian scam that we have all heard about turned into an international story of corruption and politics with many twists and dangerous turns. I recommend this book to anyone seeking a griping tale from start to finish!

I did not realize that this book belonged in the middle of a series (whoops!) but having finished it, I may have to go back to the beginning and read books 1-3. Fun twists and lots of moving parts kept me interested in the story, even though dimplomatic thrillers isn't the sort of read I normally go for. Would recommend for anyone interested in a face-paced adventure.

I received an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review via First to Read. Wow! Nothing is as it appears in this fast paced, tangled web! The deceotion and the twists make it well worth reading! A husband and wife team to learn more about!

From the Prologue to the last sentence Moss grabbed this reader's attention. Greed, international politics, dishonesty, political corruption, smoke & mirrors, kidnappings, deaths, heroes, FBI, CIA, family ties, marriage & marital rules all tied up in a pretty darn thrilling adventure in The Shadow List. Since Moss based this story on a factual happening, it is all the more fun to read. Although the plausibility is narrow to non-existant, the story lay out in numerous places over the course of five days allowed this reader to picture the film playing in my head. I was sorry this was on my computer and I couldn't physically take a book with me wherever I went until I completed it. The characters are fun to get to know, not fully developed, yet future books should round out the full character pictures of the Rikers, Isabelle, The Bear, Sunday, and Mariana.Moss is all set up for a sequel, and I'm looking forward to reading that as well. Thank you Todd Moss for a short, fun, thrilling read!

As I didn't know this was a part of a series, this wound up being the first book I've read in the series. The story surrounds a rather strange scam that embroils Judd Ryker in the search for a young American while his wife Jessica, a CIA agent, is tasked with searching for a Russian criminal known as "the Bear". While this story can definitely be read as a stand alone, there are definitely some parts that reference earlier books. I think reading the first books in the serious would help to better appreciate this one. Despite that, I found the characters and the plot to be interesting enough to draw me in. I don't often read books like this, but I found myself enjoying this one. There are a lot of characters, maybe too many, but I felt like this wasn't bogged down too much by all the moving parts. All in all, it was a well written book with a nicely tied up ending.

Well that was exciting. So we have Judd Ryker, a State Department problem solver and his CIA assassin wife, Jessica. They jet set around the world and rescue kidnapped NBA players, infiltrate the Russian mob, and take down corrupt politicians, separately, of course, each on different harrowing missions until their seemingly unconnected cases bring them together for a harrowing finale. I enjoyed this, probably a lot more than I thought I would. Diplomatic thrillers are not exactly my usual reads but I would definitely look into this series again especially if I'm looking for something quick and entertaining and filmically exciting and action-packed to take my mind off things. One thing, not about this book, but about the program. When I first received this book, it said they would love to hear my thoughts by 9/26, then, on another page the date said by 9/5. I don't appreciate having 3 weeks shaved off my reading time. This is not the first time the review date for a book has changed. I would appreciate it not happening again.

I received an advanced readers copy of this book in return for my review. It starts with a letter about unclaimed money. Everyone gets them, but this one seem legitimate. It has personal details. It is a well researched scam, or is it? This is how the Shadow List begins. A scam letter leading to a kidnapping in this high stakes political thriller. But who is guilty, innocent, or both?

Another novel I got From First to Read that I wasn’t aware was part of a series beforehand. The Shadow List has a lot of moving parts and characters. Considering I hadn’t read the previous books, the author did a fairly good job of not bogging book #4 down with details to explain references to previous events, but it also left me wondering what they were talking about sometimes. It didn’t really detract from the story too much, but I probably would have enjoyed it more if I’d read from Book #1. There’s a lot corruption, espionage, kidnapping and fast paced action. So many different threads from different characters were tied together at the end to paint a cohesive picture, but I did spend a lot of the book wondering how the disparate chapters were related to each other. Strong character building, nice tidy ending with enough left to lead to a next book, and a satisfying plot. Worth a read.

The Shadow List, a political drama and action story, is the fourth book in Todd Moss's Judd Ryker series. Judd Ryker is (obviously) the main character here, but this story is told through a variety of perspectives. On one hand, this served to allow the reader a wider understanding and make connections between them, but on the other hand, there were so many points of view that it could make it hard to follow. To be fair, each chapter does begin by mentioning the name of the person whose perspective it is within a sentence or two to help keep things clear. With short chapters, plenty of plot twists, and a fair bit of action, this story moved along at a nice clip. The writing was clear and easy to read. But the character development left a little to be desired. As this is the fourth book in a series, I expect that the main characters would feel more developed if I had read the previous books. As it was, though, this was my first introduction to the series. While The Shadow List was okay as a standalone, I do think this is a case where the books should be read in order to have the most enjoyable experience. Although it's been a while since I've read something from Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan series, this book definitely vaguely reminded me of those books (starting with the protagonists' names: Jack Ryan; Judd Ryker; anyone else feel me on this?) If books in this genre are your thing, I suspect you'll like this series as well - but I do recommend starting with book one, The Golden Hour. I know I'll be going back and reading these from the beginning at some point.

I think this is one of those books you really need to read from book one of the series to really appreciate. I felt the relationships were not well developed, there were too many characters to keep them straight and I was left a little adrift at the end. I might check out the first one to see if I can fit the pieces. The story was engaging however and the main characters were likeable.

This is my first time reading a book in this series, and so pleased to be introduced to Todd Moss novels. Now, I'll need to go back, and catch up on the first three books. I was pleased that the book was easy to follow without having read the first three in the series. The Ryker's are one power couple with fast paced jobs, and I thoroughly enjoyed the ride. Books that take me to other countries are always a draw as well. Fast paced adventure.....I would highly recommend!

Thank you for the chance to read this story. From what I understand this is the fourth book in a series. I am not familiar with the other stories but if they are like this one I wouldn't be shocked that people like them. Though this genre doesn't really ring my bell, I was able to appreciate the fast past this book set. It allowed me to be able to be fully engrossed in the novel all throughout. The multi character point of view also added nicely to the story. Anyone who love a good action thriller this could be for you!

This is the 4th book in the Judd Ryker series, but my introduction to this character. Judd Ryker heads the crisis unit for State Department in the US, while his wife Jessica (unknown to him) is a CIA agent. In this read, Judd is tasked to rescue a kidnapped Wall Streeter and then a pro basketball player, while Jessica is sent on a mission to discover more about a Russian nicknamed "the Bear." Surprisingly the couples' paths cross in Nigeria after many twists in the plot. As one is often reminded in this fast paced book, "The world is messy and dangerous." Thanks to First to Read- Penguin Books USA for the free copy of this book.

Thanks for ARC of "The Shadow List "by Todd Moss. International Intigue is not a favorite genre of mine. I appreciated the fast pace and the number of characters kept it interesting...First time reader of the Ryker series but this novel can stand on its' own..

This book is #4 in a series. I haven't read the other books in the series, but the premise seemed exciting. I started out really liking the book. However, I didn't really like how often the book jumped from person to person. It was a bit frustrating to have to track what was going on. I enjoyed the action and the thrill from the different leads that the characters were pursuing, but in the end all the useless questions in times of imminent danger quickly killed the excitement of the situation.

This is the fourth story of the Ryder couple, though the first I have read. While it was readable as a stand-alone there were clearly references made to past books and characters that made me feel out of the loop. They author would try to give brief summaries of missed plots where applicable, but these often seemed irrelevant or lacking. Otherwise, I really enjoyed the plot. While parts of it were pretty predictable (oh they're arguing about ___ so obviously ___ will happen in the future), there were enough twists and turns to keep me flipping through pages. In some cases I felt like the plots were over-entwined. Too many characters all with very different stories that the author tried to connect through the bigger pliot. Perhaps leaving out one of those would have streamlined everything a bit and requires less suspension of disbelief. When all is said and done, it was a pleasurable read and great for a day of travel or waiting in a jury lounge.

Jason Saunders is a hedge fund manager who fails to heed the maxim that nothing comes for free. Hung-over and plagued by gambling debts and a bad Italian bond trade, he decides to pursue the mother of all 'get rich quick' schemes involving stolen Syrian assets deposited in banks around the world and connected with a corruption scandal in Nigeria. When Jason disappears in London, Judd Ryker, head of the State Department's Crisis Reaction Unit, is sent to Nigeria where he also investigates death threats to a Nigerian judge and a basketball player's kidnapping. Meanwhile, Ryker's CIA agent wife is sent to Russia after a mobster nicknames the Bear. Confused yet/ Read on and see how it's all connected!

Thank you First to Read for the advance copy of The Shadow List. This is an extremely well written book. I can honestly say that I had no clue what would happen next. It was very hard for me to put this book down. Three government agencies are independently investigating pieces of the same international plot. No agency knows that theirs is not the only investigation taking place. I will be looking for more books by Todd Moss.

While this is the fourth Judd Ryker book, it is the first that I've read. I enjoyed the fast pace and the mixture between espionage and politics. The chapters were written in many different povs and I felt this keep the story moving and interesting. I wanted to keep reading to find out how everything tied together. I do wish there was more to the ending, it seemed to wrap up too quickly. Overall, I greatly enjoyed this book and now I want to read the other Judd Ryker books. He was an interesting character with a unique perspective that I want to know more about.

This is a fast paced novel set in immediate action from the beginning to the end. There are tons of government secrets, insider knowledge, and the harsh rulings of international crime. But at first you're led to believe it's a bunch of crime syndicates that the government is trying to track down. But as you read through each chapter, you see that several different branches within the government including not-known branches going after these crime syndicates which indicates that there is more than meets the eye. While certain parts felt a bit "wordy" for me as I prefer nonstop action in these types of books, there wasn't a lot so it was easy to read through them as quickly as possible. The Shadow List is a novel full of details about how the US government handles certain delicate foreign matters as well as on domestic soil. I liked the relationship between the key players although I would have liked to learn more about Judd and Jessica's relationship and where they got to their current stage in life. There are details of course but I felt with the couple being the main characters it would have been nice to learn more about them. The ending tied things up quite nicely but of course it also opens up to a sequel. There is a lot going on in the story and at times it read like several different stories at the same time. But the ending as mentioned tied everything up. The timestamps and locations also helped to understand all the different plotlines within the story. The author seemed to have done his research quite well so that what I read seemed believable enough. I am definitely keeping my eyes on this author and his work!

This was the first book I've read by Todd Moss from the Ryker series. It was a well written political thriller, that was hard to put down (even if not solely for interest). I am unsure of his style of writing on previous novels, but this story was written from many POV's. So it takes awhile for the story to build in cohesion since the chapters are short and interchanges between main characters and sub plot characters never seen from again except in their POV chapter. If you are ok with this style of writing, then I would definitely recommend this read. It took me a little getting used to, but it was interesting enough to keep me in it. Although if it weren't written this way it may have been a novel I read straight through. I did go back and forth to it. It definitely has me interested in purchasing the other books in the series to see the origination since this book touches upon the history of the main characters enough to get you wanting to know more. This was an advanced copy from First To Read.

The Shadow List is the fourth book in the Judd Ryker series. This is the first book written by Todd Moss that I have read so I wasn't sure what to expect. What I found was a well written espionage thriller. There is some violence. The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat all of that info here. Overall, this book is about Judd and his wife Jessica and their jobs unknowingly overlapping. As usual not everyone or everything is as it seems. While the storyline is somewhat predictable, there are enough twists and turns to keep you reading all the way to the end. I received a copy of the book from First To Read and chose to leave a review for other readers. I hope that the author continues to write more book in this series!

 


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