The Power PDF Þ Hardcover

The Power PDF Þ Hardcover


  • Hardcover
  • 535 pages
  • The Power
  • Colin Forbes
  • English
  • 11 October 2015
  • 9780330334747

10 thoughts on “The Power

  1. Rita Chapman Rita Chapman says:

    Action a plenty with multiple murders attempted murders and dastardly cunning


  2. Jan Sørensen Jan Sørensen says:

    I hate to admit it but I needed to read than 300 pages of this novel before I gave up I have read most novels featuring Tweed Newman and Paula Grey Never really liked them but never knowing why Now I know You never really get to know them Who are they really? You never see Newman writing anything he seems at home with a gun than a pen and most of what Paula says is be careful And Tweed seems to take the slowest way to the climat than is possible In this novel they are in Zürich about 2 3 hours by car from Basle and not much than 2 hours by car from Colmar which again is in the Vosges But we need to stay at a hotel in each and every city It is faster to drive from city to city even faster than a plane But they have to take the train Frankly that is how I see most of his books But OK one book made me want to visit Constance and this book made me realize that I have been in Basle a few times but never in the right heart of the city But I should not need to read 300 pages to discover that


  3. Anish K George Anish K George says:

    Waste of time a lot of time


  4. James Oliver James Oliver says:

    Sophisticated It is not I have re read this novel after many years absence book is written in the Mid 90's about a Donaldseue type President sitting in the White House with again Tweed up against organisations with sophisticated euipment and personnelwhile Tweed and his team are using payphones and move about from hotel to hotel and to difference modes of transport in all places such as Cornwall Switzerland and France His descriptions of hotel's is great but that does not make a great thriller novel It a good novel but his team are superheroes suffer no injury their are many plot holes and loosen ends which don't resolve it by the final page It was great to Philip Cardon given a whole novel to work with the team Marler appears from nowhere It was a great read in the 1990's when I was younger but now it's ok read His opinions of EEC EU was clearly formed by a certain Mr Johnson Not one of Colin Forbes worst novels but perhaps a good Colin Forbes novel This does not mean it is a great thriller novel there are better in market


  5. Nigel Nigel says:

    Book 11 in the Tweed and Co series delivers exactly what readers of the series would expect A megalomaniacal bad guy who is intent on killing everyone who gets in his way A series of seemingly random killings and the usually plethora of red herrings and misdirection The team do battle in Switzerland and France against an army of bad guys who are determine to kill them at any cost and create an ever elaborate series of ambushes in which to achieve this For the first time in the series Phillip Cardon is full member of the team and fits in seamlessly Whilst this and other Forbes’ novels would never when literary prizes they are great fun and an ideal way to pass the time


  6. Raymond Raymond says:

    Should be 24 star so make it 2 If you looking for education and enrichment not here uick easy fiction reading with sufficient drama to hold your attention The usual Tweed team getting up to new exploits with the customary farfetched enthusiasm


  7. Velvetink Velvetink says:

    donated to CCU 30102014loaned to pop


  8. Paul Paul says:

    One of Forbes' better 'Tweed' novels though a little far fetched at times Contrary to other reports the word 'diabolical' is only used once


  9. Peter Peter says:

    A good read by a good author


  10. Radhika Bhangolai Radhika Bhangolai says:

    Must read for Colin Forbes fans


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The Power[PDF] ❤ The Power By Colin Forbes – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk In this thriller Tweed Paula Grey and Bob Newman face the most professional enemy they have ever encountered Subjected to overwhelming and murderous pressure Tweed's desperate task is to identify this In this thriller Tweed Paula Grey and Bob Newman face the most professional enemy they have ever encountered Subjected to overwhelming and murderous pressure Tweed's desperate task is to identify this mysterious opponent before it is too late A nightmare scenario unfolds.


About the Author: Colin Forbes

Raymond Harold Sawkins was a British novelist who mainly published under the pseudonym Colin Forbes but also as.


10 thoughts on “The Power

  1. Rita Chapman Rita Chapman says:

    Action a plenty with multiple murders attempted murders and dastardly cunning

  2. Jan Sørensen Jan Sørensen says:

    I hate to admit it but I needed to read than 300 pages of this novel before I gave up I have read most novels featuring Tweed Newman and Paula Grey Never really liked them but never knowing why Now I know You never really get to know them Who are they really? You never see Newman writing anything he seems at home with a gun than a pen and most of what Paula says is be careful And Tweed seems to take the slowest way to the climat than is possible In this novel they are in Zürich about 2 3 hours by car from Basle and not much than 2 hours by car from Colmar which again is in the Vosges But we need to stay at a hotel in each and every city It is faster to drive from city to city even faster than a plane But they have to take the train Frankly that is how I see most of his books But OK one book made me want to visit Constance and this book made me realize that I have been in Basle a few times but never in the right heart of the city But I should not need to read 300 pages to discover that

  3. Anish K George Anish K George says:

    Waste of time a lot of time

  4. James Oliver James Oliver says:

    Sophisticated It is not I have re read this novel after many years absence book is written in the Mid 90's about a Donaldseue type President sitting in the White House with again Tweed up against organisations with sophisticated euipment and personnelwhile Tweed and his team are using payphones and move about from hotel to hotel and to difference modes of transport in all places such as Cornwall Switzerland and France His descriptions of hotel's is great but that does not make a great thriller novel It a good novel but his team are superheroes suffer no injury their are many plot holes and loosen ends which don't resolve it by the final page It was great to Philip Cardon given a whole novel to work with the team Marler appears from nowhere It was a great read in the 1990's when I was younger but now it's ok read His opinions of EEC EU was clearly formed by a certain Mr Johnson Not one of Colin Forbes worst novels but perhaps a good Colin Forbes novel This does not mean it is a great thriller novel there are better in market

  5. Nigel Nigel says:

    Book 11 in the Tweed and Co series delivers exactly what readers of the series would expect A megalomaniacal bad guy who is intent on killing everyone who gets in his way A series of seemingly random killings and the usually plethora of red herrings and misdirection The team do battle in Switzerland and France against an army of bad guys who are determine to kill them at any cost and create an ever elaborate series of ambushes in which to achieve this For the first time in the series Phillip Cardon is full member of the team and fits in seamlessly Whilst this and other Forbes’ novels would never when literary prizes they are great fun and an ideal way to pass the time

  6. Raymond Raymond says:

    Should be 24 star so make it 2 If you looking for education and enrichment not here uick easy fiction reading with sufficient drama to hold your attention The usual Tweed team getting up to new exploits with the customary farfetched enthusiasm

  7. Velvetink Velvetink says:

    donated to CCU 30102014loaned to pop

  8. Paul Paul says:

    One of Forbes' better 'Tweed' novels though a little far fetched at times Contrary to other reports the word 'diabolical' is only used once

  9. Peter Peter says:

    A good read by a good author

  10. Radhika Bhangolai Radhika Bhangolai says:

    Must read for Colin Forbes fans

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