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I found it hard to put down! The novel begins with paparazzi being murdered in multiple countries, and an international "dream team" being assembled out of the most unlikely combination of a young upper class British policeman, a detective from New York who happens to be a lapsed Hasid, and a subversive Ru I was dubious opening this book, but woah was it great!!! The novel begins with paparazzi being murdered in multiple countries, and an international "dream team" being assembled out of the most unlikely combination of a young upper class British policeman, a detective from New York who happens to be a lapsed Hasid, and a subversive Russian agent who want to clean up corruption in his own country, and is thus completely endangered if he ever goes back there.

The three are an entertaining crew, and just as it seems to be an odd kind of police tale, JJ Adams turns it all on its head and it's suddenly a secret agent story! I can't go into it much more without giving away some of the surprising delights of the novel, but it's fast paced, the lead characters are interesting, and the minor characters are pretty weird and great, too.

Ward also know how to write an action sequence and there is an aerial gun battle pretty early on that is stunning. He moves the novel along, with the occasional remarkable set piece like the gun battle and it just keeps on getting more and more interesting. At the same time, it's full of pop culture, funny detail, and doesn't take itself completely seriously, all while enmeshing you. I'd recommend this to anyone who likes police, spy, or action writing, and I dare you not to enjoy yourself while reading it. As for me, I'm excited to see there are other M17 novels to read!

Copy received from Giveaway. It would seem that the copy I received from the author is a proof copy because it has a plain cover as compared to the one shown on this website. I would also like to note that thrillers and the spy genre isn't really my thing. That being said, I find this book a joy to read. Not only is the pacing and action scenes very good, but I found myself very invested in the story which is saying something. I did however spot a few grammar and sentence structure errors but I'm Copy received from Giveaway.

I did however spot a few grammar and sentence structure errors but I'm pretty sure it is corrected in the final published copy. While I much prefer the romance genre rather than thriller, I did spot the makings of some romance as a subplot in this book. However, I feel like the romance or whatever the author was trying to do, feels very forced and doesn't amount to very much in the whole book.

I also feel like one or two of the characters personality change throughout the book and I was a bit put out by it. Not sure if that was the intention but I had a preconceived notion about how a certain character would act after the first few chapters so maybe it's just me.

Fans of espionage thrillers or anyone interested in MI7 and all those spy stuff will certainly enjoy this face-paced action book. I'm certainly surprised I did. First of all let me say that Mr. Ward sent me a copy of the whole set of Tales of M17 novels. There are three in all. All he asked is that I give him an honest review. I was very excited about the correspondence with the author and with his gift.

To be honest, I usually only read paranormal books or sometimes fiction or romances. I'm not a spy thriller kind of person. When I received the books I was kind of put off by the plain covers. I know, you should never judge a book by it's cover but First of all let me say that Mr. I know, you should never judge a book by it's cover but I did just a little. When I opened up the book and read the first few pages, I was hooked. You find out right up front that there is a serial killer who is killing paparazzi in several countries. Then you start finding out about the task force that has been set up to solve this case.

At first I was put off by all the Russian names but that got better. I don't want to give the story away because I hate when people do that in reviews. I will say though that I can't wait to start the second one. You really must read this book especially if you are into any kind of police drama or spy thrillers.

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This was the first book that I read of J. Wards, but I can promise you that it won't be my last. Nevertheless, I found myself swept away by the pace of the book. I always feel like these types of books stretch my brain a little bit and that is always a good thing. There are some good interesting female characters and it was nice to see a book in this genre that actually took females seriously.

There was no point in the story where I felt like the the plot and characters was unbelievable. I read through the book once. And I went back and re-read most of it. The international settings and place names became a fresh part of the story for me because I read through it too quickly the first time due to the action. I love British spy thrillers but this book, because of the organizations working together, came across as more than just a British Spy novel.

This was beautifully written and edited. No words were wasted. The dialogue was clever, crisp and sprinkled with dry, British humor. What a thrill ride this book was. Entertaining through to the ending. The book is complex in respect of the politics, i J. Add to this the multitude of plot twists and turns and the non-stop action it can make a breath-taking read.

The fast pace covers for the lack of character development, but there are readers who will see that as a pro of the book. I was inclined to opt for a 3 star rating, but the pleasure it gave the men in my house has bumped it up to four. Let's just start by saying that we don't get just one clever hero, we get three!

Three countries are represented each with their own great guy who will capture your attention expertly.. I love this concept of a super secret M17, highly evolved of the M15 and M16 yet secret and elite- who doesn't want to believe in these highly funded super secret spy organizations that are full of amazing technology, great gadgets and supe Let's just start by saying that we don't get just one clever hero, we get three!

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I love this concept of a super secret M17, highly evolved of the M15 and M16 yet secret and elite- who doesn't want to believe in these highly funded super secret spy organizations that are full of amazing technology, great gadgets and super trained good guys? I do, I want to believe!

I love the book, it's multi-layered, a lot is going on and it's exceptionally well written. Each character has a good development and nothing is left in a lingering sense, yet everything resolves nicely. There are a ton of surprises, and you won't be bored at all. I was up way past lights out reading about the secret worlds of espionage and international government double dealings. There are more in the series- I'm getting them. I liked this, it held my attention during election week.

During an insane week this book gave me something else to concentrate on. It's different for a spy thriller, if that's what it is considered. The story is kind of all over the place, but manages to get the job done. There's a murder mystery, some romance, international baddies, a bit of confusion, miscommunication, political broohahas. In the end there is a lead in to the next book, but it's not really a cliff hanger, I hate those! I w I liked this, it held my attention during election week. I will read the next book, hopefully it will tie in, and I like the Marcie character - who seems to have a bigger role in the 2nd book.

A fast-paced unusually action-packed tale, had me taking short breaths in suspense and anticipation. I was seriously thrilled going through this story, it's been a very long while since I read or even watched some action of this sort. I must confess that I watched this story, not read. It was too visual for a book, thanks to the careful and intricate research for this narration. Bond's character only came close to the protagonists. Best for me was the authors heart-pumping style of narratio A fast-paced unusually action-packed tale, had me taking short breaths in suspense and anticipation.

Best for me was the authors heart-pumping style of narration. My advice, get a copy of the book and watch not read, because it is too visual to be read. I loved it. Although this book is well written I just couldn't get into it. I have read longer books in a shorter period of time.


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This could be due to the topic of the book, I would much rather see it as a short film then read about the secret government agencies! I think if the crime wasn't "killing paparazzi" It would have been a better story! There are plenty of t Although this book is well written I just couldn't get into it. There are plenty of twist to keep the reader interested. Overall would be an easy read if the topic interested me. As far as "star ratings go" I'd give this book 3. A Russian dissident, an American police officer, and a British copper are brought together to find out why members of the paparazzi are being murdered.

The more they dig the more they are torn apart. This story is full of plausible delays to knowledge that build up even more twists and turns. Just when you think you have everything figured out, something else blind-sides you. The Kramski Case The Kramski Case is an interesting combination of British agent coordinating with an American police officer and a Russian agent in a push against the Russian mafia on British soil. The premise may be a little weak or perhaps the British election process just doesn't interest me that much, but for me the story lacked the power to pull me in, to engage. Still, it was interesting and worth the read.

I really enjoyed this book. I did not find that at all with this book. I had some predictions, but was well off the mark - which delighted me - as no one likes a predictable book. If this book were to become a sequel or a series, I would definitely continue reading! I thought it was a good spy thriller.

Had a flow to the story I really like. It is the first of the Tales of MI7 and plan to read the other two. What starts out to be an investigation into the deaths of paparazzi turns into so much more. The story keeps moving right along and kept my interest. I do recommend it for those who like British spy stories. This is a totally engrossing novel with an original and creative plot. There is tension and obfuscation all in a good way. I loved the characters, the teaming of an American, Englishman, and Russian as well as the super-hero Marcie Brown.

This will out wit you and keep you guessing until the very end. Wonderfully executed and plotted! This was a fun read. There were too many folks for good character development. Some of the situations were resolved in a manner that seemed contrived. However, the remaining characters have potential to be a great team. I found this to be a bit too drawn out I really don't like books where the good guys die. I hate losing major and likable characters to noble sentiments. Much of it seemed just too implausible.

The characters were engaging enough to keep me going through this book, but perhaps not enough to get me to read other books in this series. The Kramski case Good reading. The story told was believable in today's world. It was fairly fast moving with a bit of romance. Interesting for most readers. Jul 08, Karunakaran N. Is it the beginning of another cold war Yet another spy thriller, written well. A good read. If you like intrigue this book has it.

I would've liked Jonathan to have not been killed, he was a likable character and a great member of the team. This book was recommended to me and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Great spy novel for anyone who has dug into espionage thrillers in the past. JJ Ward, the Author very kindly sent me a copy of this book in return for an Honest Review actually, you'd never get any other kind from me! At the start of this read I wasn't sure what to expect, it's a fairly plain cover after all It certainly was a real page turner.

Having read it, I now love the fact that the cover is pla JJ Ward, the Author very kindly sent me a copy of this book in return for an Honest Review actually, you'd never get any other kind from me!

Having read it, I now love the fact that the cover is plain, it made me feel a like I should be meeting a man in dark glasses in a park somewhere to pick it up. The subject matter would at first hint at full on "macho" type reading, but I'm a pink and frilly girlie and there was still plenty to keep me interested. There were quite a few strong females characters in this novel too, all written really, really well.

Not only did the Author conjure up some really great characters, but the dialogue was interesting and snappy, which made the whole Novel stand out as being Ian Fleming meets modern day, but written to perfection. Well done Mr Ward, you are now most definitely right at the top of favourite Authors' List. This is the kind of writing that would convert so well to TV Screen, or better still full on action film. I loved it, loved it There were a few small Errors, but as usual will be detailed in my full Blog Post Number October After I've updated the Blog, I'm off to search up more stuff written by James.

A modern take on spy thrillers This is the first in a series of modern day spy thrillers with three volumes so far. The Kramski Case features an ensemble cast of believable characters that all have their own A modern take on spy thrillers This is the first in a series of modern day spy thrillers with three volumes so far.

The Kramski Case features an ensemble cast of believable characters that all have their own ways. The premise is that someone has been shooting paparazzi in Russia, the US and now Britain. So the British ask the Russians and Americans to supply someone for a tri-partite investigation. Something that I think is probably remarkably realistic.

However the team get involved in a deeper plot when trying to track down Kramski, who they are certain is the killer. This came as a great shock, because I had come to see that character as the main character in the story, so you expected that somehow they would survive and get out of the situation that they were in at the time which up until the page before they were killed seemed eminently likely.

After that each time a character got into a dangerous activity it had me wondering whether or not they were going to make it. So it increased the tension, which is a good thing in a thriller. So some perseverance is definitely called for.

Some of this is down to the nature of having a host of characters, the omnipotent narrator shows us scenes from at least six different viewpoints in the first third of the book, and a few more before the end of the story. Overall I very much enjoyed the story and have added the two subsequent volumes to my to read list.

Thank you to the author for the review copy. I do love a good rip roaring Thank you to the author for the review copy. I do love a good rip roaring adventure tale and this was exactly that. Straight into the action this was a terrific thrill ride of a book. Along with the action there is a hefty dose of suspense thrown in for good measure and often the story takes you in unexpected directions including one extremely clever little plot twist that had me giving a nod of approval to the author.

All in all a good fun read, perfect for a lazy afternoon. Happy Reading Folks! The cover stood out for its originality and blandness, but it wouldn't have tempted me to 'look inside' had I been browsing. It looked like a university student's course work. The title 'Tales of M17' told me just that: tales e. The small subtitle The Kramski Case inferred the tales would be all on one theme. The blurb begins with a short excerpt, but it's not productive. The opening sentence is a mouthful and out of context it has no depth. It's c The cover stood out for its originality and blandness, but it wouldn't have tempted me to 'look inside' had I been browsing.

It's cold. A pile of baked beans without buttered toast. The true blurb is better and straight to the point. The look inside takes us to Cumbria where Jilly, a member of the latest music phenomenon, is climbing out of bed with a guy from a rival band. She can hear the paparazzi outside and we're lead to believe she's worried for herself because she's been caught with her pants down, so to speak but the paparazzi are being assassinated and she's worried that, because of her, someone is going to die.

And they do in this great beginning to M When the scene switches to a prison I'm a little bereft but the setting is very visual: He sat at the table, straightened his back and flattened his hands on the Formica surface. Above him a single strip light buzzed and flickered. I'm presuming he's been signed to hunt for the murderers, but that's where the sample ends.

Will have to buy the book to find out! In short, the M17 have brought in three men: British, Jonathan Hartley-Brown, American, Lieutenant Detective Commander David Bronstein, and the newly-released prisoner Orlov from Russia to hunt for the killers who are spanning three countries. I'm expecting a lot of action with gun fire, helicopters and fast cars. Jonathan Hartley-Brown is a 'posh Brit' and I find it hard to visualise him as a hardened man able to get his hands dirty, on the opposite scale Orlov is 'tough guy' Bruce Willis and I'm instantly routing for him.

The American, David Bronstein, seems a lost in the great characterisation of the other two. I became confused by chapter nine when, seemingly out of the blue, Jonathan Hartley-Brown and Jilly, from the opening chapter, fell in love. One moment he was questioning her over the shooting and next he was inviting her to meet his parents.

Another problem I found was that there wasn't always any notice of scene jumps. Usually these are indicated with an asterisk or a blank line but in this Kindle version these were sometimes missing. But I'm being picky, this is an excellent political thriller with a strong story. It may have had too many characters for me to keep tabs, but every character had their place.

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There were a few shockers, especially when one of my favourite characters died and another was indirectly linked with all the murders. I primarily read paranormal novels, it is what I like, but every now and then you have to take a break from unreality to keep you sane. I choose this novel since from reading the teaser it showed promise to be a literary "palate cleanser" and not to actually be the addicting page turner it became for me.

I was expecting the mysterious MI6 type James Bond scenario but it quickly be I primarily read paranormal novels, it is what I like, but every now and then you have to take a break from unreality to keep you sane. Let us start with there is no "James Bond" character leaving ladies in a faint, there are three gentlemen that are quite good at their jobs from the three countries that are involved UK, USA, Russia and this team starts off after being assembled in a fashion that had me scratching my head quickly.

The plot became so multi-layered that it did require my attention no scanning here in a story of mystery, politics, tragedy, revenge, a bit of romance, grief and an excellent ending. This novel surprised me in several places which added to my enjoyment and as a reviewer I can tell you that describing a car chase in words that does NOT have you scanning ahead is a feat only excellent writers pull off.

There are too many characters to really go into depth about but by the end of the book you will love Marcie , trust me.. The title organization MI7 is a super secret UK spy organization and the very organizational structure was entertaining I found, the character of The Red Maiden was given a perfect role, not as aloof as the infamous "M" and yet not "one of the boys".

There are too many plots and surprises to go into, I suggest readers take a minute and read the teaser from the product page and realize that that may be one of the more boring parts of the book and it is far from boring. Bottom Line: 5 Stars for entertainment and originality, these days I seldom lose sleep over a book unless it is truly exceptional and I was up far past my usual bedtime to finish this story. It appears there are at least 2 other books in this series which I will purchase to read when I again tire of my paranormal readings. For a novel to grab my attention in the first three pages, it is usually one of three things; set in London check , contains the making of a good thriller check , and is undeniably well-written triple check.

Tales of MI7 starts off with an interesting preface about the changing of the guard, so to speak, and this ultra-modern secret sounds exactly like the type of thing we might be experiencing today, yet are completely unaware of. Shadowy government agencies loom like developing players rig For a novel to grab my attention in the first three pages, it is usually one of three things; set in London check , contains the making of a good thriller check , and is undeniably well-written triple check.

Shadowy government agencies loom like developing players right from the start, and Ward clearly has done his homework in terms of international espionage and the traditions of the secret dealings of governments. However, after the exciting build-up of what I presumed would be a respectful homage to Ian Fleming and add to the proud canon of British espionage literature, I was disappointed with the plot.

There was promise of something more than those specific murders, and I feel that by the time the plot had expanded wide enough to feel like an international thriller, it was slightly too late in the reading. It felt as though he recognized the need for a broader scope and did it quite late in the story. Obviously, writers use their own unique style, and Ward may be completely aware of the choices he made; in my humble opinion, he had the framework and the pieces in place for a "bigger" novel, but it never felt that way as I read it. However, he still deserves considerable praise for this novel, because I still enjoyed it immensely, despite being somewhat disappointed in the grandness of the plot.

The writing is done so well, and Ward's use of language and dialect is so sharp and convincing, without being heavy-handed. His characters were meticulously crafted, and they seemed natural and responded to situations realistically, one of the greatest challenges in writing intense dialogue and interactions. I see that Ward has also written some other installments in this MI7 series, and they definitely warrant a read.

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Well done on so many points, but think bigger next time! I was dubious opening this book, but woah was it great!!! JJ Ward knows how to spin a tale, and just when you think you know what's going to happen, he spins it all around in another direction. I found it hard to put down! The novel begins with paparazzi being murdered in multiple countries, and an international "dream team" being assembled out of the most unlikely combination of a young upper class British policeman, a detective from New York who happens to be a lapsed Hasid, and a subversive Ru I was dubious opening this book, but woah was it great!!!

The novel begins with paparazzi being murdered in multiple countries, and an international "dream team" being assembled out of the most unlikely combination of a young upper class British policeman, a detective from New York who happens to be a lapsed Hasid, and a subversive Russian agent who want to clean up corruption in his own country, and is thus completely endangered if he ever goes back there.

The three are an entertaining crew, and just as it seems to be an odd kind of police tale, JJ Adams turns it all on its head and it's suddenly a secret agent story! I can't go into it much more without giving away some of the surprising delights of the novel, but it's fast paced, the lead characters are interesting, and the minor characters are pretty weird and great, too. Ward also know how to write an action sequence and there is an aerial gun battle pretty early on that is stunning.

He moves the novel along, with the occasional remarkable set piece like the gun battle and it just keeps on getting more and more interesting. At the same time, it's full of pop culture, funny detail, and doesn't take itself completely seriously, all while enmeshing you. I'd recommend this to anyone who likes police, spy, or action writing, and I dare you not to enjoy yourself while reading it.

As for me, I'm excited to see there are other M17 novels to read! Copy received from Giveaway. It would seem that the copy I received from the author is a proof copy because it has a plain cover as compared to the one shown on this website. I would also like to note that thrillers and the spy genre isn't really my thing. That being said, I find this book a joy to read.

Not only is the pacing and action scenes very good, but I found myself very invested in the story which is saying something. I did however spot a few grammar and sentence structure errors but I'm Copy received from Giveaway. I did however spot a few grammar and sentence structure errors but I'm pretty sure it is corrected in the final published copy. While I much prefer the romance genre rather than thriller, I did spot the makings of some romance as a subplot in this book.

However, I feel like the romance or whatever the author was trying to do, feels very forced and doesn't amount to very much in the whole book. I also feel like one or two of the characters personality change throughout the book and I was a bit put out by it. Not sure if that was the intention but I had a preconceived notion about how a certain character would act after the first few chapters so maybe it's just me.

Fans of espionage thrillers or anyone interested in MI7 and all those spy stuff will certainly enjoy this face-paced action book. I'm certainly surprised I did. First of all let me say that Mr. Ward sent me a copy of the whole set of Tales of M17 novels. There are three in all. All he asked is that I give him an honest review.

I was very excited about the correspondence with the author and with his gift. To be honest, I usually only read paranormal books or sometimes fiction or romances. I'm not a spy thriller kind of person. When I received the books I was kind of put off by the plain covers. I know, you should never judge a book by it's cover but First of all let me say that Mr.

I know, you should never judge a book by it's cover but I did just a little. When I opened up the book and read the first few pages, I was hooked. You find out right up front that there is a serial killer who is killing paparazzi in several countries. Then you start finding out about the task force that has been set up to solve this case. At first I was put off by all the Russian names but that got better. I don't want to give the story away because I hate when people do that in reviews.

I will say though that I can't wait to start the second one. You really must read this book especially if you are into any kind of police drama or spy thrillers. This was the first book that I read of J. Wards, but I can promise you that it won't be my last. Nevertheless, I found myself swept away by the pace of the book. I always feel like these types of books stretch my brain a little bit and that is always a good thing.

There are some good interesting female characters and it was nice to see a book in this genre that actually took females seriously. There was no point in the story where I felt like the the plot and characters was unbelievable. I read through the book once. And I went back and re-read most of it. The international settings and place names became a fresh part of the story for me because I read through it too quickly the first time due to the action.