To Russia for Love: An Involuntary Spy series By Kenneth Eade

By | July 5, 2018

TO RUSSIA FOR LOVE:   AN INVOLUNTARY SPY

 

 

 

Place to buy: Amazon.co.uk                                                                    Kindle Edition Price: £0.00  Kindle Unlimited                                          My Rating: 9.5/10

 

Overview 

Ukraine is on the edge of a bloody civil war, however, an involuntary spy Seth Rogan arrive’s in Russia only to find out that his Russian secret agent girlfriend has disappeared while she was on an undercover assignment in Ukraine amidst a lot of political upheaval and unrest. How can this former employer, and a giant chemical company along with GMO seed king Germinate, hope to benefit from the war and how much was the company involved in his girlfriend’s disappearance?

About the Author:

 

He has been a writer all his life, but he began publishing work out of a passion for the environment. His wife, Valentina, is a professional photographer, who worked for two years with a environmental exhibition called, “Bee Cause I Care” it was an exhibition sponsored by the Prince Albert II Foundation and it is now touring cities in France to bring awareness to the country of the importance of pollinators and about the dangers facing them. He penned a few articles on the subject for the Los Angeles Daily Journal and turned his research into is the first book, which he called “Bless the Bees.” Is passion continued with the publishing of his novel, “An Involuntary Spy,” which was an action thriller which he also points out the dangers of genetically engineered food? Then he went on to publish the Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series,” which, in some parts, was based on his actual experiences during his long career in law.

Biography:

 

Critics have described him as “one of the strongest thriller writers ever to come on the scene,” author Kenneth Eade, was best known for his legal and political thrillers, he had practiced law for 30 years before he went on to publishing his first novel, “An Involuntary Spy.” Eade is an award-winning, also he is a best-selling Top 100 thriller author, he has been described as “one of the top up-and-coming legal thriller writers of this generation.” He was also the 2015 winner of Best Legal Thriller from Beverly Hills Book Awards, he then went on to win the 2016 bronze medal in the fiction category of Fiction, Mystery, and Murder from Readers of the Favorite International Book Awards. His latest novel is, “Paladine” it is currently a quarter-finalist in Publisher’s Weekly’s BookLife Prize for Fiction. Eade has written three fiction series: The “Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series”, the “Involuntary Spy Espionage Series” and the “Palatine Anti-Terrorism Series.” All in all, he has written fourteen novels which have also been translated into French, Spanish,Italian and Portuguese.

 

He now divides ‘s is time between France, where he has lived for the better part of 10 years, and Russia. He tries to put as much realism in is novels as possible, and they all revolve around important social issues. He treasures are readers and love’s to hear that there have to say, whether it’s good or bad. Sometime’s he had made changes that were based on a suggestion from one of his reader’s who had inspired the character that has featured in his latest two novels.

 

Something to wet your appetite:

 

This is a suspense/thriller about a spy who finds himself in Russia amid a giant web of conflict. The protagonist, Seth Rogan, discover’s that his girlfriend has disappeared while Ukraine is involved in a civil war. Eade does a makes job weaving together thought-provoking scenarios with action and intrigue. As a fan of the first book, I feel this book built perfectly off the story and characters that I had enjoyed. I particularly liked getting to know Seth more and what motivates him as the plot really kicked into gear. A recommended read if you like spy novels!
I’ve always been a fan of Cold War spy thrillers, and this one involving present-day Russia has delighted me from the start. It features complex political machinations and conspiracies that have been amazing to read until the end. Full of unexpected twists, this is a story that has kept me interested the entire time with its well thought out dialogue and complex characters. Well worth the read.

 

Discover what critics say:

 

GMO foods, international politics, and quests for power: steeped in the flavor of modern times, To Russia for Love is an international thriller reading at its best. – Midwest Book Review

 

Eade is brilliant when it comes to creating complicated, intriguing stories that end in mind-blowing surprises.- IPublisher News

 

Eade’s skill with writing dialog is brilliant. His technique for propelling a story forward is second to none. – Literary Aficionado.

 

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One thought on “To Russia for Love: An Involuntary Spy series By Kenneth Eade

  1. Ahmad Ballard

    Hello John, this was a nice review on To Russia For Love. I love to read, and I love thrillers. The plot of the story has caught my attention, and I will have to read this book soon. Kenneth seems like a very talented author, as critics have given him lots of positive feedback. I will have to look into some of his books. Thanks again, and I wish you the best of luck with your website!!!

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