Review of False Flag (A Frank Bowen conspiracy thriller Book 1) by Jay Tinsiano




On holiday in Thailand and in need of cash, Frank Bowen gets pulled into a political plot to destabilise Hong Kong. This leaves him running for his life.

For me personally, the beginning dragged out a little too long without any significant scenes to build intrigue and suspense. After one major scene, the action picked up and kept on moving. The international conspiracy was well-thought out, but not overly mysterious. The scenery interesting and described in detail. There was a lot of attention to detail and character building, with a long build-up to certain scenes.

It has an interesting plot.


Click here to purchase False Flag.





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