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Dodelijke Golf ✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Dodelijke Golf By Colin Forbes ⚣ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Tweed van de Britse Geheime Dienst word in de Dodelijke Golf geconfronteerd met het ultieme wapen een gigantische golf die het leven van tenminste miljoen mensen bedreigt Met Paula Grey en Bob Newman Tweed van de Britse Geheime Dienst word in de Dodelijke Golf geconfronteerd met het ultieme wapen een gigantische golf die het leven van tenminstemiljoen mensen bedreigt Met Paula Grey en Bob Newman in zijn kielzog komt Tweed op het spoor van drGoslar ,de uitvinder van het dodelijke wapen Ruim tien jaar eerder bond Tweed ook al de strijd aan met Goslar en verloor deze toenHet spoor leid hen naar London,waar twee geheimzinnige vrouwen op het toneel verschijnen Serena Cavendish en Trudi Warner net aangekomen uit de Verenigde Staten Maar kan Tweed ze wel vertrouwen En wat te doen met de Gele Man een niets ontziende moordenaar De jacht op Goslar wiens identiteit onbekend is en van wie men zelfs niet weet of hij man of vrouw is leidt naar Parijs waar de Gele Man twee kroongetuigen vermoordt En waar Tweed ontdekt daat hij veel vijanden heeft De Franse geheime dienst, een geheime Amerikaanse eenheid uit Washington en een rivaliserend Brits team En dat is nog lang niet allesOf Tweed Goslar dit keer wel verslaat zal duidelijk worden in de denderende apotheose, die zich afspeelt hoog in een afgelegen, besneewd en onherbergzaam gebergte.


About the Author: Colin Forbes

Raymond Harold Sawkins was a British novelist, who mainly published under the pseudonym Colin Forbes, but also as Richard Raine, Jay Bernard and Harold English He only published three of his first books under his own nameSawkins wrote over books, mostly as Colin Forbes He was most famous for his long running series of thriller novels in which the principal character is Tweed, Deputy Director of the Secret Intelligence ServiceSawkins attended The Lower School of John Lyon in Harrow, London At the age of he started work as a sub editor with a magazine and book publishing company He served with the British Army in North Africa and the Middle East during World War II Before his demobilization he was attached to the Army Newspaper Unit in Rome On his return to civilian life he joined a publishing and printing company, commuting to London for years, until he became successful enough to be a full time novelistSawkins was married to a Scots Canadian, Jane Robertson born March , died Together they had one daughter, JanetSawkins died of a heart attack on August , Sawkins was often quoted as personally visiting every location he features in his books to aid the authenticity of the writing As a result, there is detailed description of the places where the action in his books takes place Fury was inspired by the courage of his wife before she died, and he set it apart from his other novels because of the strong emotion and sense of loss that runs through itJust one of Forbes novels was made into a film Avalanche Express, directed by Mark Robson and starring Lee Marvin and Robert Shaw, which was released in to generally poor reviews.



10 thoughts on “Dodelijke Golf

  1. John John says:

    Hokey writing andcharacters than you can care about or hope to keep straight Good plot, poorly executed.


  2. Di Di says:

    ordinary writing and mystery had some holes


  3. Ian Coates Ian Coates says:

    Tweed and his team take on criminal mastermind Doctor Goslar At stake is a chemical weapon Goslar developed that could wipe out millions, which is on offer to the highest bidder No country is prepared to match the exorbitant price offered by a militant Arab state, so intelligence agencies from around the world assign agents to use whatever methods are necessary to find Goslar and obtain the weapon Their instructions are to eliminate anyone friend or foe that gets in their way Tweed finds him Tweed and his team take on criminal mastermind Doctor Goslar At stake is a chemical weapon Goslar developed that could wipe out millions, which is on offer to the highest bidder No country is prepared to match the exorbitant price offered by a militant Arab state, so intelligence agencies from around the world assign agents to use whatever methods are necessary to find Goslar and obtain the weapon Their instructions are to eliminate anyone friend or foe that gets in their way Tweed finds himself battling American, French and British agents as well as the master criminal and the army of Arab fanatics he has enrolled to protect him, while also avoiding the assassin Goslar has hired the mysterious Yellow Man with his trademark beheadings.During a manic chase across Europe, Tweed and his team avoid bombs, snipers and machine gun wielding Arabs before finally locating Goslar s snow laden hideout in the Swiss mountains.Although the writing is somewhat clunky in places, especially where the series characters are first introduced, Forbes is forgiven because of the sheer pace and page turning interest he achieved Leave your reality checking measure behind and enjoy this fast paced story well worth a read


  4. Nigel Nigel says:

    This was another enjoyable story in Forbes Tweed and Co series I appreciate that there are readers who disparage this series of novels owing to unrealistic nature of the plots and somewhat formulaic approach For me however these concerns do detract from the fun I have in reading the stories I am not reading these to experience highbrow literature but to provide enjoyment on commuting train journeys The formulaic feel to the stories means that one always knows what you are going to get and This was another enjoyable story in Forbes Tweed and Co series I appreciate that there are readers who disparage this series of novels owing to unrealistic nature of the plots and somewhat formulaic approach For me however these concerns do detract from the fun I have in reading the stories I am not reading these to experience highbrow literature but to provide enjoyment on commuting train journeys The formulaic feel to the stories means that one always knows what you are going to get and as for the plots, to me they are nooutlandish than those of James Bond or Mission Impossible and provide a good old fashioned adventurous romp


  5. Alina Naz Alina Naz says:

    An okay plot with a long, tiring chase and the climax in the end The few things I did like were the last few chapters and a bit of the chase not all of it.The fact that everyone was so overprotective of Paula made little sense of her inclusion in Tweed s team in SIS The overall story was dry with too many characters at one point I forgot who belonged to where and what they were referencing to Also the author tries way too hard to make everything clear hence it lost its charm somewhere in t An okay plot with a long, tiring chase and the climax in the end The few things I did like were the last few chapters and a bit of the chase not all of it.The fact that everyone was so overprotective of Paula made little sense of her inclusion in Tweed s team in SIS The overall story was dry with too many characters at one point I forgot who belonged to where and what they were referencing to Also the author tries way too hard to make everything clear hence it lost its charm somewhere in that In addition to this, every event turned out so conveniently in Tweed s favour that it seemed unlikely, especially when the underground parking exploded by gun fire and all the lower bodies of the people inside were smoldered but their upper half of the bodies and passports were conveniently undamaged


  6. Mazzy Adams Mazzy Adams says:

    Scattered between extraneous repetition and early snail paced progress, a reasonable plot eventually emerged Lesson learned A cover that offers critical acclaim for an author may not reflect the book s contents or quality To be fair, I did actually finish the book, but I m unlikely to seek out other titles by Colin Forbes Best thing about this book the dollar I spent purchasing it supported a charity Second best thing about this book I learnedabout what a contemporary author should Scattered between extraneous repetition and early snail paced progress, a reasonable plot eventually emerged Lesson learned A cover that offers critical acclaim for an author may not reflect the book s contents or quality To be fair, I did actually finish the book, but I m unlikely to seek out other titles by Colin Forbes Best thing about this book the dollar I spent purchasing it supported a charity Second best thing about this book I learnedabout what a contemporary author should not do


  7. Nisarg Nisarg says:

    The novel drags on unnecessarily taking you from place to place. and with no thrill at all The moments of action are so rare and sparse and they come and go before you realise it The writing is pretty predictive and repetitive felt like the longest book ever its 422 pages long for what could have been over in 250 my word don t read it you wont miss anything


  8. Anupama Anupama says:

    An enjoyable read from Colin Forbes.Tweed,deputy director of SIS and his team Newman, Paula Grey, Marler, Nield and Butler enthralled us throughout the book.Unexpected and thrilling climax steps up reader s delight


  9. Andrew Andrew says:

    I used to read Colin Forbes when I was a teenager I bought this one in a used book store recently because it was the only thing I could find to read It s reasonably enjoyable but it s just not the type of book I read any.


  10. Mary Mary says:

    Tweed is a favourite And this book does not disappoint.


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