The Silent Sisters Book Review

The Silent Sisters Book Review

Title: The Silent Sisters
Author: Robert Dugoni
Published: February 22,2022, Thomas & Mercer
No. of Pages: 400
Cover Price: $ 24.95 Hardcover, $4.99 Kindle

Bestselling author Robert Dugoni has released the third installment of his popular Charles Jenkins series, The Silent Sisters. After barely surviving his last mission in Russia, the last two sisters who are American assets and are still in Russia have gone silent. Jenkins must return to find out why. These missions are dangerous, and Jenkins is risking his life as well as American security when he goes back, but his loyalty wins out and he returns to save the remaining two sisters. Unfortunately, there is a kill order out on his life, so this one will be doubly dangerous.

Dugoni has been a favorite of many; he has several bestselling series. He is a master storyteller, and while some spy series involving Russian spies are less than interesting and awkward since many authors aren’t really familiar with what goes on, he pulls it off and inspires his readers to pick up the books in this series which are true-to-form and filled with building suspense as well as good plots and ups and downs.

The characters are well-developed and believable. There are no comic-book style antics by the protagonist; rather the scenarios are credible. Readers are on the edges of their seats because Jenkins risks everything to save these two women who have been embedded in Russia for decades, and are now in danger of being killed, as he is. As far as Russian spy novels, Dugoni is the best. His are worth reading and this novel is recommended. The entire series, in fact ,is recommended and will give hours of reading pleasure to spy novel aficionados.

Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.

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