The Silent Sisters By Robert Dugoni
Book/Novel Author: Robert Dugoni
Book/Novel Title: The Silent Sisters
An Amazon Charts, Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal bestselling series.In this pulse-racing thriller by the New York Times bestselling author of The Last Agent, an American sleeper cell in Russia goes silent—and it’s one man’s duty to find them.After a harrowing escape from Russian agents on his last mission, Charles Jenkins thinks he’s finally done with the spy game. But then the final two of the seven sisters—American assets who have been deep undercover in Russia for decades—cut off all communication with their handlers. Are they in hiding after detecting surveillance? Or have they turned and become double agents? It’s Jenkins’s duty to find out, but he’s been added to a Russian kill list. It will require all of Jenkins’s knowledge of spycraft—and an array of disguises—to return to the country undetected.But plans go awry his first night in Moscow when Jenkins gets involved in an altercation that ends in the death of the son of one of Russia’s most powerful organized crime leaders. Pursued by mafia henchmen, Russian agents, and a particularly dogged Moscow police detective, Jenkins is determined to track down the final two sisters and get them to America—or die trying. As various forces close in, Jenkins fears this time he might’ve pushed his luck too far.
To say that I love this character-centered series by Robert Dugoni would probably be an understatement. I was obsessed with finding out about Charles Jenkins and how he is going to get in and out of Russia not once, but three times! This was a well-thought-out series that paints a story of brave and tenacious women, the strong bond of friendship, and the knight that is Charles Jenkins. My only complaint would have to be the inaccurate translations of some of the Russian phrases written in the book. If Robert ever writes about sneaking in and out of Russia again, I would be happy to help him with translation (I know… I know… Only in my dreams).
I enjoyed reading this book. I have read Roberts Dugoni’s books before and the series about Jenkins I’ve enjoyed a lot. The storyline will keep you intrigued. Thanks
Dublin creates characters with almost supper human willpower and integrity. The characters have different degrees of motivation, but in the end they all work together to help good triumph.
Great story that includes many details about Russian culture and says of life. I also enjoyed the constantly changing plot.
ALWays a pleasure to read a Robert Dugoni book. He never disappoints and I find myself completely drawn into his stories.
As a former military member and current international pilot I love an adrenalin rush. I freely admit the espionage, honor, family, and courage aspects of these books draw me in and don’t let go. It’s a whirlwind adventure rooting for Charlie to survive and deliver while praying for the bad guy to get what’s coming to him. Mr. Dugoni delivers every single time!