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The Madmen of BenghaziP a constitutional monarchy and stem the Islamist tide in Libya The CIA which needs Malko as much as he needs them sends the Austrian aristocrat to Cairo to learn about al Senussi s Cybercrime and Digital Forensics: An Introduction plans by seducing his companion a ravishing British model This mission is enormously appealing but alsoroves enormously dangerous as the same madman of God who is trying to kill al Senussi also takes aim at Malko less I received this book from Goodreads as a giveaway Malko Linge is an Austrian that contracts with the CIA to complete some rather dicey missions This time a giveaway Malko Linge is an Austrian that contracts with the CIA to complete some rather dicey missions This time s called to Egypt after a missile narrowly misses an aircraft containing the future king of Libya Not knowing that he was the target of a terrorist attack al Senussi is bringing his beautiful British girlfriend with him to enjoy Egypt while he does the easy dealings of a future king Malko is to seduce al Senussi s girlfriend to gain information about who would want to kill him True to any CIA contractor this uts him in danger while he tries to save al Senussi s life There were arts of this book that didn t make much sense If you re looking to find out about why someone is looking to kill you I don t think seducing the girlfriend would be high on the list for finding information Wouldn t searching the The Meaning of Difference: American Constructions of Race, Sex and Gender, Social Class, Sexual Orientation, and Disability person sersonal items help with that Given that this book is littered with graphic sex scenes I honestly think this was just a One Small Step: An Anthology of Discoveries ploy for the author to be able to introduce sex in to the book It was a cheaploy and didn t drive any lot further or make the book any better If I hadn t researched this author I would ve assumed he was a debut author This book reads very simply and seems amateur I wasn t impressed with this at all and wouldn t recommend it to anyone I received this book as a First Reads from Random House I generally like a good entertaining fast aced thriller and based on the back cover I expected that from this book Instead I was disappointed to find a juvenile writing style lack of lot view spoiler really why did the Austrian agent Malko have to seduce Cynthia Couldn t they just have told her that Al Senussi was being threatened and had her help them that way hide spoiler I enjoyed the locales of the action and that was that way hide spoiler I enjoyed the locales of the action and that was it I d still like to read some of Villiers earlier books. Ow that addafi has been overthrown al Senussi is their best bet to set up a constitutional monarchy and stem the Islamist tide in Libya The CIA which needs Malko as much as he needs them sends the Austrian aristocrat to Cairo to learn about al Senussi’s lans by seducing his companion a ravishing British model This mission is enormously appealing but also roves enormously dangerous as the same madman of God who is trying to kill al Senussi also takes aim at Malk. This is a mediocre spy novel set in Libya I think the author s true Isocrates I (The Oratory of Classical Greece, vol. 4) purpose in writing it was to be able to write about sex sex and sex He spent time talking about how big each man senis was than doing actual character development The only reason I m giving a 2 is that it killed time on an airplane trip it s an easy fast read Enjoyed the story but a few things bothered me the ending was unclear did Malko escape back to Cairo Enjoyed the story but a few things bothered me the ending was unclear did Malko escape back to Cairo one iece did Ibrihiam dump Cynthia and become leader of Libyaand why does Malko not Think Of His Fiancee Once During This of his fiancee once during this He didn t send a message or think of her at all once he left home for Cairo Maybe if I had read ast books some of this would be clear but having not heard of them I was in the dark The writing is fab descriptive narrative was spot on a fast Perfect Phrases for Writing Company Announcements: Hundreds of Ready-to-Use Phrases for Powerful Internal and External Communications paced book Didn t take long to read so great for a weekend laying in a hammock Points for doing the research but demerits for everything else I received this from Fistreads I would thank RHC but the book was an absolute disaster that I DNF at 30% give or takeI didn t like the writing style It was too simplistic for my tastes or there would be unnecessary words used making it awkward and clunky There are random sex scenes cropping up the descriptions so bad that it ll be fodder for my nightmares It had gotten to theoint that I uestioned whether this book was a Versailles practical joke orurposely used to make readers cringe I do not understand how one of the biggest ublishers in the book industry ublished or about to The Mystery of the Two-Toed Pigeon publish my version was a uncorrectedroof a novel for all intents and Rack Ruin purposes makes laugh in sheer disbelief Remeber when you were 12 and you heard that Harold Robbins wrote dirty books and then you found a copy of The Carpetbaggers at a yard sale for a uarter You hid it in your book bag rode your bike home and then waited until yourarents were asleep before you read it And when you did you were SO embarassedNot because of the constant gratuitous sex Because of the terrible terrrible writing That s what The Madmen of Benghazi reminds me of Gerard de Villiers is often referred to as the French Ian Fleming talk about damning with faint Espenlaub praiseThe Madmen of Benghazi follows his Bond light stand in Malko Linge as he heads to Egypt torotect a THE MADMEN OF BENGHAZI available for the first time in the US is a gripping racy ripped from the headlines espionage thriller set in volatile ost addafi Libya   Gérard de Villiers 1929–2013 spent his five decade career cultivating connections in the world of international intelligence which allowed him to anticipate geopolitical events before they occurred and to masterfully blend fiction with an insider’s knowledge of international affairs Published from

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Ealthy Libyan rince for the CIA Yes the CIAapparently spends a lot of money subcontracting bodyguardhit man work to wealthy oversexed Austrian layboys Villiers is widely cited for his How to Be Alone politically astutelots and his knowledge of spy craft but there s nothing here that you couldn t find out flipping through back issues of Time magazine The Malko Linge books have sold millions of copies in France Go figure They think Jerry Lewis is a genius too I see how M de Villiers has written *a hundred booksSpies Sex Libya More sex that s there because *hundred booksSpies Sex Libya More sex that s there because is not because it advances the lot This really is the whole review and I suspect could be the review mutatis mutandis for his books set in other locales ON THE DNF I M NOT the DNF I m not a rating since I gave this about 50 ages but did not finish Spy thrillers are not my genre but I thought I would give this one a try because it was translated from the French I found it formulaic and a lot like a James Bond thriller alternating scenes of intrigue sex and action In those 50 ages I did not find any local color because all the action to that oint took Cigarette Kisses place in airports and modern hotel rooms Butif thrillers are your genre you very well might like this book because it has sold 120 million copies worldwide Here is the book jacket summaryTHE MADMEN OF BENGHAZI available for the first time in the US is a gripping racy ripped from the headlines espionage thriller set in volatileost addafi Libya G rard de Villiers 1929 2013 spent his five decade career cultivating connections in the world of international intelligence which allowed him to anticipate geopolitical events before they occurred and to masterfully blend fiction with an insider s knowledge of international affairs Published from 1964 until his death in 2013 his bestselling SAS series of 200 spy novels starring Malko Linge was long considered France s answer to Ian Fleming with Malko as his James BondIts hero Malko Linge an Austrian aristocrat spends his time freelancing for the CIA in order to support his layboy lifestyleWhen terrorists try to shoot down a lane carrying Libyan rince Ibrahim al Senussi it is clear that someone wants him dead But the CIA has its own lot for the Gutsy Girls: Young Women Who Dare prince Now that addafi has been overthrown al Senussi is their best bet to set 964 until his death in 2013 his bestselling SAS series of 200 spy novels starring Malko Linge was long considered France’s answer to Ian Fleming with Malko as his James BondIts hero Malko Linge an Austrian aristocrat spends his time freelancing for the CIA in order to support hislayboy lifestyleWhen terrorists try to shoot down a Organizations As Knowledge Systems plane carrying Libyanrince Ibrahim al Senussi it is clear that someone wants him dead But the CIA has its own Little Scarlet (Easy Rawlins plot for therince