The Lions of Lucerne is a spy novel published in and written by American novelist Brad Thor. Contents. 1 Plot; 2 Reviews; 3 References; 4 External links. Brad Thor’s thriller in the Scot Harvath series, The Lions of Lucerne. The Lions of Lucerne Buy it Here. Stubbs and Wootton Slippers $ – Buy It Here. Vin de Constance $ – Buy It Here. H&K MP5.

Author: Gukazahn Mezizil
Country: Cameroon
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Video
Published (Last): 1 May 2016
Pages: 362
PDF File Size: 6.10 Mb
ePub File Size: 10.33 Mb
ISBN: 985-5-27955-242-4
Downloads: 71370
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Gubei

What “tactical procedures” need to be changed?

Very happy to keep on reading whatever Brad Thor puts out there. While you’re there, lioons can enjoy videos as well as sign lucernd for my exclusive newsletter with its special subscriber-only content, contests, and GREAT prizes.

This page was last edited on 7 Mayat The president takes the Death Chute followed by the majority of the Secret Service agents, and Scott helps the less skilled daughter down an easier route. Pretty cheezy in my opinion. I have felt like sending some copies to Donald Trump because the terrorism is exactly what Trump talks about. All the agent I just found Brad Thor and I love his books.

The Lions of Lucerne (Scot Harvath, #1) by Brad Thor

On the snow-covered slopes of Utah, the President of the United States has been kidnapped and his Secret Service detail massacred. Scott Harvath, a Secret Service Agent is part of the lucrrne that is protecting the President and his daughter while on a skiing vacation in Utah. First of all, I found the pacing rather off. Brad Thor’s debut novel is a tightly wound spy tale that makes up in excitement what it lacks in subtlety and character development. I gave it a two rather than a one because it oof some light and entertaining escapism for half of its five hundred pages, but even as I say that, I think I am being too nice.


Jul 16, Eric Bjerke rated it it was ok. I’ll give Thor another try, but it had better be far better than this one to keep my attention.

Lists with This Book. That’s simply too many fingers in the pie. Mormons are frightfully odd and gullible. The President is presumed missing in a massive snow slide until an avalanche of evidence indicates he has likely been kidnapped.


Loins he live long enough to rescue the President? And, as far as where such merchandise could be sold, my answer again is, anywhere. This book shows why I first became hooked on Brad Thor novels; it’s fast paced, alternately tense, with a wise cracking tough guy character truly different from most series technothrillers. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

The book takes off from there. There’s another thing that irritates me to no end: And the story line could have been ripped from the Headlines. Sep 26, Eric rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Sure, Miner had his reasons for being unavailable, and they all checked out when Claudia leaned on her boss to speak with his contacts at the Ministry of Defense, but something bothered her.

This is not My dad recommended this author to me. In his daring and chilling first novel, 1 New York Times bestselling author Brad Thor draws us into a sinister labyrinth of political intrigue and international terrorism, serving up an explosive cocktail of unrelenting action as one man is pushed to the edge. He is also on the President’s secret service detail, and was ‘on watch’ when the Commander in Chief was kidnapped.

Overall I liked it, but there were slow parts that I skimmed and found myself having to reread if there were critical plot elements I overlooked. Ponderous description down to the teeniest detail. Oct 14, Mary Bertuzzi rated it it was amazing. Sep 02, Ru rated it really liked it. His gray liions was perfect, lf were his expensive custom-made Italian suits.

The Lions of Lucerne

Disguised with blond hair, a full beard, blue contacts, and padding that made him appear twenty kilos overweight, Miner was now traveling on a Dutch passport brrad Henk Van DenHuevel of Utrecht. The depiction of Mormons is hilariously flawed. While investigating the Presidents kidnapping, Harvath is framed by the conspirators for murder, and Harvath goes rogue, attempting to clear his name and find the President, travelling to the mountains of Switzerland, and teaming up with the beautiful Claudia Mueller of the Swiss Federal Attorney’s Office, together they battle assassins and terrorists, and climb the treacherous mountains to rescue the President and bring those responsible to justice.


By this time, Harvath is on his way to Switzerland, where he’s og word of a mysterious cell of mercenaries named the Lions of Lucerne. All of this is accomplished right after being pummeled by an avalanche into a boulder while skiing as quickly as possible. It’s amazing how the material he started writing about in is even more pertinent today. Luons we go into spoilers. Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! It could have been a good story. Scot Harvath is a great character.

In disgrace, he realizes the investigation into the President’s disappearance is on the wrong track, This book shows why I first became hooked on Brad Thor novels; it’s fast paced, alternately tense, with a wise cracking tough guy character truly different from most series technothrillers.

The characters are onion-skin thin and the plot ridden with unbelievable coincidences.

Book 1 of The Scot Harvath Series. You are chasing ghosts, and I frankly do not see much hope for a successful outcome to your investigation. Readers never really learn much about him, other than the fact he’s a hottie and has a habit of mouthing off at all the worst possible moments.

And then there is the ending. I wished throughout the book Harvath had someone like Irene at his six.

A more complicated problem is that the main character, Scott Harvath, is as bland as white rice lons Matzo bread. Miner watched Claudia walk almost the length of the dining room, then feigned surprise when she finally reached the table.

Starting to read this book I wanted to love it however, it never really picked up for me.