Thursday, January 30, 2014

More Reviews in for The Vengeance Squad Goes to England

4.0 out of 5 stars LOVEABLE LIZ, January 30, 2014
By Joyce C. Joiner
This review is from: The Vengeance Squad Goes to England (Paperback)
Loveable Liz, introduced to readers in the author's first novel LOVE LONG LOST, remains steadfast in her faith, living out Christian principles in the midst of intrigue and injustice. –Joy

5.0 out of 5 stars Great book, January 29, 2014
By Christina Granville "thriller fan"
This review is from: The Vengeance Squad Goes To England (Kindle Edition)
Bad guys, Money thief, People after them, Falling in love, A double decker bus Book Mobile, Beautiful scenes in Jolly England. A very fast moving adventure. And a wonderful Falling in love story when they arent separated. And a wonderful Christmas in February Dinner Read it. Enjoy it. God bless you.

5.0 out of 5 stars Another exciting Sid Frost story that begs for more!, January 23, 2014
By James L. Chapman "Jim"   
This review is from: The Vengeance Squad Goes to England (Paperback)
Just like Sid Frost's prior books, TVSGtE ends with the reader wanting to know how does out? What happens to....? The main characters and the bookmobile which are present in all Mr. Frost's books are now welcome old friends. I am sure that I am joined by many other readers who hope that we have not heard the last of the Vengeance Squad. Perhaps VS will end up on a mission to Germany or a choral adventure in Oregon or .....?

Thanks Sid for this enjoyable series of books. I hope there will be more.

5.0 out of 5 stars Hurrah for The Vengeance Squad, January 23, 2014
By Longtime Scribbler
This review is from: The Vengeance Squad Goes To England (Kindle Edition)
Author Sid Frost has sent his Vengeance Squad to the U.K. on their quest to find the bad guys and bring them to justice. Back are Chris with his compulsion for orderly objects, Tex in his ubiquitous Stetson, and Liz, the Austin librarian who hugs everybody. This adventure takes them in search of Virgil, who had cheated Liz out of her bookmobile funds. The trail leads to London, giving Chris the opportunity to develop his relationship with Angela, the English beauty with a mysterious career.

Frost writes convincingly of London and the British countryside. His characters, both British and American, jump off the pages as real people. Liz, always outgoing and accepting in previous Frost novels, shows a new side to her character, becoming the most vengeful of the squad. Her efforts often end in laughable disasters, adding comic relief to a fast-paced read.

For the reader who is catching the Squad for the first time, Frost does a credible job of filling in the back story. In my view, Chris agonizes too much about his feelings for Angela, but he leaves us with a teaser for Vengeance Squad #3.



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