The Sisterhood eBook ↠ Paperback

The Sisterhood ❰PDF❯ ✈ The Sisterhood Author Colin Forbes – Thomashillier.co.uk These audiobooks from Macmillan UK offer abridged readings of some of the world's most popular authors Handsomely packaged they feature readings by eminent actors of the stage and screen including Jam These audiobooks from Macmillan UK offer abridged readings of some of the world's most popular authors Handsomely packaged they feature readings by eminent actors of the stage and screen including James Fox Martin Shaw Tim Pigott Smith and David Rintoul.


10 thoughts on “The Sisterhood

  1. Jim Bowen Jim Bowen says:

    All kids have to move onto adult books as opposed to youth fiction at some stage and Colin Forbes was one of the first 'writers of books for adults' I read It was because of this that I ended up reading multiple books by Forbes till I read books like this that are jingoistic formulaic and somewhat daftThis book is perhaps the most timely of the books I've read by Fobes as it tries to shift the 'baddies' from the the Russians to the Middle East and sees women being used to act as temptresses luring men into situations where they will be killedIt's not a bad read Formulaic if you've ever read anything by Forbes before but its change in baddie makes it a better read


  2. Syeda F.R. Syeda F.R. says:

    A very thought provoking thriller It is indeed true that a woman can be awfully brutal if she wants to One needs to be careful not to make her But sometimes it isn't personalThe book keeps you hooked and once done to some extent leaves you wondering what if this is what is happening aroundIf you're one for thrillers you might just enjoy this like I did


  3. Kanika Kanika says:

    Lovely book and well thought out this book however does not have a lot of mystery but the main plot is well written and thought out one of his best books and one of my personal favorites a must read


  4. Esther Esther says:

    A badly written book that seems to jump between Europe cuties in order to justice the authors travel expenses Unoriginal and boring


  5. Shameem Shameem says:

    My second favorite of Forbes' work Yet another fantastic mystery thrilling from start to finish


  6. Paul Paul says:

    Some good moments but as ever overly predictable with the format so very similar to some of his earlier work I do hope they improve


  7. Kevin Chilvers Kevin Chilvers says:

    This is my favourite Colin Forbes book Great story suspense and characterisation A thoroughly entertaining read


  8. Hannah Etherton Hannah Etherton says:

    Good read classic Colin Forbes style Reads differently to other authors can't put my finger on what exactly it is


  9. John Kay John Kay says:

    The most boring book ever published Nothing happens


  10. Pepperpots Pepperpots says:

    I used to read these when I was a teenager It was nice to visit the world of Tweed again even if it's corny


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