• Title: Bodyguard of Lies
  • Author: Bob Mayer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Bodyguard of Lies West Point Graduate former Green Beret and NY Times USA Today Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Bob Mayer Over four million books sold Translated into over a dozen languages Heart racing non
    West Point Graduate, former Green Beret, and NY Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Bob Mayer Over four million books sold Translated into over a dozen languages Heart racing, non stop action that is difficult to put down Mystery News on Bodyguard of Lies Thelma and Louise go clandestine Kirkus Reviews on Bodyguard of Lies In wartime, truth isWest Point Graduate, former Green Beret, and NY Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Bob Mayer Over four million books sold Translated into over a dozen languages Heart racing, non stop action that is difficult to put down Mystery News on Bodyguard of Lies Thelma and Louise go clandestine Kirkus Reviews on Bodyguard of Lies In wartime, truth is so precious that she should always be attended by a bodyguard of lies Winston Churchill Who polices the world of covert operations Enter the Cellar, the most secret spy organization hiding deep within the United States Two women become inextricably involved in a dangerous web of lies, intrigue, and betrayal as they fight for their lives and the safety of their country Neeley is the lover and prot g of Gant, a Cellar operative, and is trying to pick up the pieces of her life after Gant s death and unveil a mystery that Gant always held close to his chest Hannah, a housewife, is equally lost after her husband simply disappears They soon learn that the men in their lives shared a dangerous secret, one some very powerful people would shed blood to protect Neeley and Hannah s chance meeting sets a decades old plan into motion and puts their lives at risk They couldn t come from different worlds, but as they try to escape the people who seem determined to kill them, Hannah and Neeley discover they have at least one thing in common they ve both been living a lie Crisscrossing the globe, the women find themselves in a deadly game of survival, one that they must win in order to keep the United States safe not only from vicious acts of terror, but from its own powers that be And if they ever hope to uncover the truth about the lovers they thought they knew, Neeley and Hannah first must learn the truth about themselves But when the Cellar is involved, there is no such thing as coincidence, and the truth is always protected by a Bodyguard of Lies.

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    1. SYNOPSIS: In BODYGUARD OF LIES by Bob Mayer (ePublished 2010) hidden deep within the United States, the Cellar is a secret spy organization who polices the world of covert operations. Two women from completely different walks of life are thrown into a dangerous fight for their lives like a modern day Thelma and Louise. Kindle Edition from AuthorNeeley is the lover and apprentice of one of the Cellar’s now dead operative, Anthony Gant. After his death, Neeley searches out the mysteries that Gan [...]

    2. This book has the unfortunate distinction of being the first book I completely figured out before the ending. It was predictable to an extreme fault. I also really struggled with the weak characters. I am a well read woman, however, I would not be able to fly a plane, fire a gun.under pressure, or many of the amazing feats the lead character did, just by reading good books. gag.

    3. A good yarnNot one of his best. But a good story. I will be interested to see where he takes the series. It is possible I will like book 2 more.

    4. There are books that grab me from the starting gate, reel me in, keep me turning pages . . . and then fizzle in some manner. This can happen through emotional involvement (I quit caring about the characters), through plot twists (becoming too unbelievable), or through confusion (I couldn't follow the writer's meaning). With Bodyguard of Lies, an otherwise cracking good thriller by Bob Mayer, this happened through a dwindling intensity in the author's originally powerful narrative, and what felt [...]

    5. I enjoyed The Devil's Triangle series, The Dave Riley series and the Nightstalker series. This first book in the Cellar series has plot, character and action. It needs a reader. I had a lot of trouble with Diane Havens narration. her voice is flat with little inflection, no differentiation between characters and little emotion. This hurts my appreciation of the work. Keep writing Mr. Mayer, but please get a different reader for this series.

    6. Very good book but the writer needs to fire his editor! Otherwise i would've give him a five star, i will still read more of this series though.

    7. Storyline: Two women become inextricably involved in a dangerous web of lies, intrigue, and betrayal as they fight for their very lives to stay one step ahead of those who want them dead.Neeley is the lover and protegee to Tony Gant, a Cellar operative who dies after a long struggle with cancer and now she has to try to pick up the pieces of what was his life. Before he dies, he taught Neeley everything she needed to know in order to survive. Including, becoming a excellent sniper. Neeley tries [...]

    8. This book has a lot of riddles While readers try to figure out what happened to a group of military men in Somalia years ago to cause such fear that the men are either in hiding or dying, they must also figure out the characters and how they fit it. Gant, a military man at the heart of it, that trained Neeley, his girlfriend, dies and his life is a complete mystery. Neeley's life before Gant trained her to be an operative is mostly unknown. John disappears leaving his wife Hannah with a thousand [...]

    9. Bodyguard of Lies is the story of Neeley, a woman who discovers that all is not as it seems in her world. As a teenager, her lover gives her a package to take on a plane and she realizes that it is actually a bomb. Enter Gant, a mysterious dark man who very calmly disarms the bomb and takes Neeley to live with him. Ten years later he is dead and Neeley is left holding the clues that will keep her alive--that is, if she is smart enough and resourceful enough to figure them out.Hannah Masterson's [...]

    10. Good concept for a thriller, especially since, IMO, the Mogadishu calamity hasn't received nearly sufficient attention as a trigger for espionage suspense novels. And Mayer actually did a fairly credible job writing his two female lead characters. The editing/proofreading sucked though, enough that this is really closer to 3.5 stars. It is possible to make a proper noun ending in S possessive. All it takes is a freakin' apostrophe. Someone should have used a few of them. Okay, a lot of them. But [...]

    11. I really enjoy reading an action packed spy/intrigue adventure novel and “Bodyguard of Lies” by Bob Mayer is just such a book. This novel was a real page turner and hard to put down.The author has an excellent way of pulling you into the story and keeping you on the edge of your seat. The storyline is well developed and fast paced, yet easy to follow and keep up with.The characters are believable and easy to identify with. I found myself cheering their successes and holding my breath during [...]

    12. This is a rather exciting book. Essentially, the husbands of Neely and Hannah are out of the picture, and now Neeley has to teach Hannah how to stay alive and elude the people who are out to kill them. The head of the espionage program is a man who was blinded years ago by the enemy, and who is looking to retire. This takes place in the US and France. There are various ways of eluding pursurers, and Hannah proves to be quite adept at some of them. The title refers to a quote by Winston Churchill [...]

    13. Bodyguard of Lies (Cellar #1)Does the term "plausible deniability" mean something to you? If so, you're going to get to the plot Mayer has laid out in this story. If not, then hang on, you're in for quite a ride. This is as dark as it goes, completely off the record, hidden from everyone except those in the Cellar. You might gain some insight into an actual event turned into a top movie "BLACKHAWK DOWN!" Either way, this is a great read and one you are being asked to check out.

    14. I read the Nook edition of this book. It was a very interesting read. Somewhat of a thriller, that you keep reading just to find out more. The two women in this book are enemies but work together to save their lives. The women take down men and other items to save themselves, and learn their physical, emontional capacities. It is a long book but moves very fast. They are always on the run.

    15. An interesting read. Two women both left by the men in their lives via different circumstances, find themselves thrown together in a race to saver heir lives by beating a super covert government agency.Will they beat the clock? Will they find or lose themselves at the end of it all? A thrilling read that will grip you till the end.

    16. Many times when I finish a Mayer book I feel like it is the best one yet. Bodyguard of Lies is no different. The characters are fantastic and the story line kept me turning the pages. I'll read the next one in the series.

    17. Edge of the seat action. Two women (strangers) on the run. Mayer develops the different characters well. Neely the assassin; Hannah the housewife. I read the last third of the book in one sitting. Had to find out what happened.

    18. Robbie gives this one 4.8 stars. Very well-written, fast-moving, couldn't-put-it-down kind of book. This is my first book to read by this author. I hope there are more. Jim rated this one 4.5 stars.

    19. Not as bad as some but not worth the time. I hate to try and remember a guy's name so I can avoid his writing but i think maybe in this case I should.

    20. very nice bookI read book in 2 days, very interesting and intriguing story about cellar, looking forward to read another book frm this series

    21. Could not put this one down, superb plot twists, intriguing characters, looking forward more reading in this series.

    22. Fast not uninteresting read, but too generic, violent, with not enough history/intrigue for me!

    23. Great read with an Interesting little twist at the end. Plenty of action and the kind of book that's hard to put down

    24. 4-star for grammatical errorsAn excellent addition to the Bob Mayer works. Sadly, errors in grammar, spelling, and confusion of characters prevent 5 stars.

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