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Eye Of Heaven: A Dirk & Steele Novel Mass Market Paperback – Mar 7 2011


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  • Mass Market Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Avon; Reissue edition (March 7 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0062019856
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062019851
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.5 x 17.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #258,114 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Once again, Liu has managed a brilliant blend of fantasy, action and romance in her latest Dirk & Steele novel, which follows the members of a paranormal detective agency. When electrokinetically gifted agency detective Blue Perrineau is blackmailed by his father, dying billionaire Felix Perrineau, he's forced to track down Felix's other son, Daniel—the brother Blue never knew he had. His search for Daniel takes him to a small Las Vegas circus that features Iris McGillis, a slinky shape-shifter with a lion act and a global fan base. After Blue saves Iris from an ecoterrorist sniper, they form an instant attachment, but he runs into trouble when he finds Daniel and, later, a dangerous flesh peddler—both of whom also have plans for the hypnotically sexy Iris. Liu brings her skewed universe to life with skill and conviction, grounding the comic-book plot with fully realized personalities and the workaday details of circus life. Though a bit drawn out, this entry will undoubtedly please fans of the series and should provide a fresh thrill for anyone in the market for an extraordinary romance. (Dec.)
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Dirk & Steele agent Blue's hunt for a black-market organ harvester is interrupted by news of his father's death, news that is greatly exaggerated. His father has faked his death as a ruse to lure Blue back home, blackmailing him to turn his attention to finding a half brother he never knew existed. In the Vegas heat Blue finds his brother, as well as the intriguing Iris, and a tightening web of secrets and betrayals that threaten whatever future he may have with both. Liu dispenses more hints to her universe in this latest installment in the Dirk & Steele series (Tiger Eye, 2005;The Red Heart of Jade, 2006). Mutant humans dealing with acceptance and self-confidence are not new, but they've never had it so good. Liu is masterful in merging espionage, romance, and the supernatural into fiction that goes far beyond the boundaries of action-adventure romance or romantic suspense. Nina Davis
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Tim Parker HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Sept. 30 2014
Format: Hardcover
Over the years, Cussler has been consistently good, but a few books in recent years left me wondering if he's lost his touch. They became not just formulaic, but also boring and strecthing a bit too far for weird plot elements. The last couple of books from him (and his various coauthors), however, have been top-notch, and this one is no exception. The latest in the Fargo series, Eye of Heaven is a solid read. I picked it up on a Friday evening, and read it within a 24 hour period, enjoying the whole experience.

Whether this is really Cussler returning to form, or more rigor on the part of his coauthors I cannot say, but it seemed for a whole like they were cranking out books at a phenomenal rate, going for volume instead of quality. But, the last Isaac Bell novel, and now this book from the Fargo series, have completely reversed that trend for the better. The plot is thought through, the character development is traditional Cussler, and the subject is not too farfetched. While I'm more a fan of the Bell series than the Fargos, I did really enjoy this novel and a good part of that is the more realistic plot line.

Based on my library of Cussler books (I have every one ever released), this is the first book with coauthor Russel Blake. While Blake has written other enjoyable books, he has toned down his style just a bit to fit the Cussler mode (or perhaps Clive edited him fairly drastically!). Either way, this is a solid read, very enjoyable, and I hope for more of the same from the Cussler/Blake union. A great read.
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Again great adventures with the Fargo. It's fun to discover treasures with them, especially when you know they MUST always survive the "criminals" who try to kill them. I just love them, if you do too, then READ IT!
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By re stead on Nov. 19 2014
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I liked this one in the series almost as the best of the series. it is head and shoulders about the previous ones and actually well done. a good plot, believeable villains, good action
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As usual in a Cussler novel, suspense, excitement, anticipation , expectatation and enjoyment all the way from the first to the last page.
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By lalondejp on Oct. 1 2014
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Great story, great writers, can't put it down book. Another reason why I am a gret consumer of Clive Cussler's novels.
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