SLEEPING BEAR by Connor Sullivan
IF you enjoy a thriller, as I sometimes do, allow me to suggest you give this debut thriller by Connor Sullivan a try. What starts out as a camping trip in the Alaskan wilderness to get away from it all turns into an international kerfuffle of extravagant proportions! You’ve got your ex-CIA assassin and your evil Russian. Kidnapping, revenge and retribution. Here are a few promotional comments from other practitioners of the genre:
“SLEEPING BEAR is one of the very best thrillers you’ll read this year. It’s one of those rare novels that keeps getting better and better and better.” James Patterson
“SLEEPING BEAR clamps you in its jaws and doesn’t let go. A fierce, relentless beast of a novel.” Tess Gerritsen
“This is the best first novel I’ve read in years—a warp-speed, super-charged thriller with great characters, vivid Alaska and and Russian settings and a villain I truly despised.” Robert Crais
I will supply this caution: do not start this title on a day when you have something, anything else you have to do. It is a page-turner like none I’ve encountered for awhile! I found I could think of…pretty much nothing else…until I knew how it ended!
Oh! And one more! If you’re a squeamish reader there will be a few pages you’re going to want to skim…or skip. Like, for example, all of Chapter 68.