Imposter



✯ [BOOKS] ⚣ Imposter By Davis Bunn ✼ – E17streets4all.co.uk Matt Kelly s knack for concealing his identity is his greatest asset as a federal agent But when an assignment gets personal, discovering who he really is may prove to be the toughest mission of all Matt Kelly s knack for concealing his identity is his greatest asset as a federal agent But when an assignment gets personal, discovering who he really is may prove to be the toughest mission of all.Imposter

Davis Bunn is an internationally acclaimed author who has soldthan seven million books in twenty languages Honored with four Christy Awards for excellence in historical and suspense fiction, Davis was inducted into the Christy Hall of Fame in His bestsellers include The Great Divide, Winner Take All, The Meeting Place, The Book of Hours, and The Quilt A sought after lecturer in the art of writing, Bunn was serves as Writer in Residence at Regent s Park College, Oxford UniversityDavis Bunn also writes under the names Thomas Locke for his epic fantasy and techno thriller novels and T Davis Bunn for books published prior to .

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Imposter
  • Davis Bunn
  • English
  • 04 August 2017
  • 1595542264

10 thoughts on “Imposter

  1. says:

    I enjoyed this Christian suspense a lot It was action packed, fast paced and clean I got through it pretty fast, considering it s pretty big I think the last half was what really grabbed me, cause things started to take shape but that s how it always is, right I felt like I was right there with the investigators I COULD NOT figure out who it was And every time I thought I had it I d realize it couldn t beuntil I realized.maybe it could DI ve never really been one for he I enjoyed this Christian suspense a lot It was action packed, fast paced and clean I got through it pretty fast, considering it s pretty big I think the last half was what really grabbed me, cause things started to take shape but that s how it always is, right I felt like I was right there with the investigators I COULD NOT figure out who it was And every time I thought I had it I d realize it couldn t beuntil I realized.maybe it could DI ve never really been one for heroes going through a depression, so the main guy annoyed me slightly and I kept finding myself gripping the binding and hissing Man UP, and get OVER it, Matt at the pages, but it wasn t TOO bad and it really did add to the story The girl in the story wasn t my favorite heroine, she somehow got on my nerves but I honestly don t know why but she was pretty cool and I liked how she was just willing to be a friend and encourage Matt especially since she had her own bits of depression to deal with In all, I really enjoyed it I think I still like The Lazarus Trap over this one, but it was a thrilling and suspenseful experience nonetheless

  2. says:

    Fine writing engaging plot memorable characters one of my favorite books Davis Bunn has done it again This exciting thriller explodes off the pages with a storyline keeping you engaged to the very last page The personal struggle of protagonist, Matt Kelly, underlies his sense of duty to do what is right In his search to find out why his mother was targeted Agent Kelly finds himself surrounded by characters with hidden agendas, personal vendettas, and about as much emotional baggage as he is Fine writing engaging plot memorable characters one of my favorite books Davis Bunn has done it again This exciting thriller explodes off the pages with a storyline keeping you engaged to the very last page The personal struggle of protagonist, Matt Kelly, underlies his sense of duty to do what is right In his search to find out why his mother was targeted Agent Kelly finds himself surrounded by characters with hidden agendas, personal vendettas, and about as much emotional baggage as he is willing to admit carrying himself While Matt Kelly is challenged to let go of the dark secrets in his life he can t do it alone Davis Bunn brings in memorable secondary characters who bring the story to life by showing us just enough of each character s heart he ensures we won t soon forget this remarkable ensemble Wit, grit, and just enough strength of character make this a story worth reading over and over Davis Bunn

  3. says:

    Bunn has written a ton of books but this is my first one to read The NoveList database states that Bunn explores the dynamics of moral conduct, personal integrity, and religious belief and I think this sums his style up nicely He is often cited as an author of Christian fiction CF , but in this book, any Christian themes are so very subtle that you would hardly call it CF Imposter is very suspenseful, in an urban and ethnic setting, and full of deplorable as well as likeable characters sp Bunn has written a ton of books but this is my first one to read The NoveList database states that Bunn explores the dynamics of moral conduct, personal integrity, and religious belief and I think this sums his style up nicely He is often cited as an author of Christian fiction CF , but in this book, any Christian themes are so very subtle that you would hardly call it CF Imposter is very suspenseful, in an urban and ethnic setting, and full of deplorable as well as likeable characters sprinkled throughout There is a relationship blooming between a Hispanic female cop and the white main male character, the grizzled older cop who dearly loves his mentally disabled adult daughter, dirty politicians, and bad cops So some familiar scenarios and others not so familiar Good page turner with implied violence and no sex I look forward to another book in my future

  4. says:

    A very interesting read Imposter tells the story of Matt Kelley who is a new agent with the State Department A bomb goes off, killing his mother, and the investigation that begins dwells in the political, miitary, and state police corruption I loved the book Davis Bunn has a penchant for writing that literally holds you to the book and won t let you quit reading Definitely recommended for fans of spy thrillers and action novels.

  5. says:

    Book description is rather misleading A significant portion of the book is traditional spy and cop fluff, but the premise of the story of the hero Matt maximizing and agonizing about his ability to blend personalities was only sparsely touched upon.Still, it was an OK read Well written to the point where it compels the reader to turn pages but does not quite deliver on the goods it promises.

  6. says:

    The story was fine, not amazing The writing was overly poetic sometimes and it got in the way like the author was trying too hard to be eloquent But, my biggest complaint while I guess it should be the writing itself was that the title and synopsis on the back were not an accurate representation of the actual plot.

  7. says:

    The story hits the ground running, with twists and turns non stop Enjoyed the characters, and interaction between police, government security agencies, and the military The very slightest reference to Christian faith There were a few confusing bits, but overall a great story I ll be looking forby this author

  8. says:

    This was well paced, but a mediocre story It was not well laid out but did have a fairly original story.The characters were not greatly developed, but they managed a bitdepth than the story.It was a good read, for a one time read.

  9. says:

    Grade CJust okay Everything was a bit too convenient to be believable.

  10. says:

    The description of this book sounded interesting I ve read Davis Bunn s work before and he s one of those that I keep an eye out for So far, I think I like the story There are a lot of characters, so it s sometimes hard to keep track of them, but I think I m getting the hang of it Some of the descriptions of government buildings offices made me zone out a bit but it is a fraction of the book I like Connie Morales She s a great character She s tough, and a little sassy I like how she call The description of this book sounded interesting I ve read Davis Bunn s work before and he s one of those that I keep an eye out for So far, I think I like the story There are a lot of characters, so it s sometimes hard to keep track of them, but I think I m getting the hang of it Some of the descriptions of government buildings offices made me zone out a bit but it is a fraction of the book I like Connie Morales She s a great character She s tough, and a little sassy I like how she called out a certain someone in front of everybody Her and Matt are quite interesting Matt standing up for Connie made me laugh a little, because he just let it loose The man who controls himself so well is like, Back On Up Some grammar is missing in the kindle edition Things like, No sir instead of, No, sir, etc Watching Matt interact with his dad was not fun to read I know this type of relationship is common and the author did a good job setting up that tension, but not my personal favorite scenes There is a bit of jargon and specific place names that are unfamiliar to me Sometimes that makes it hard to follow but I get the gist maybe 50% of the time I like how many times the good guys win in this book.For me, this wasn t my favorite work of this author It was an interesting story, and I didn t totally figure out the bad guy until the end, but the jargon, etc ultimately weighed it down for me I have read a lot so I consider my vocab and comprehension to be decent but it just was way over my head in a lot of ways I liked the action, many of the characters, and the general plotline To me, Matt healed a little bit throughout the story, but he still seemed emotionally wounded in the end, which was bittersweet for me An important relationship I wanted fixed in the book didn t end up happening and Connie seemed quite different in the end not much explanation is given for this my theory is she is a Christian and therefore decides to trust God, be patient, and help Matt heal I say this because the author is a Christian or at least writes Christian fiction generally There isn t much Christian content in here a Christian leader and a few Christian characters, but no deep God discussions One or two semi descriptive kisses No cursing Some violence, but not overly described ie, if you have little tolerance for violence, you d probably be okay Dead bodies are slightly described smell, memories, etc 3 stars

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