Eddie Falcone

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Publicist/Manager for Kensington Roth author/screenwriter.

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Agent Harrison Court-006 a black-ops spy ventures to exotic locations to stop a rogue ex-CIA agent from unleashing a super-destructive gravity weapon on American cities before history is altered forever. "Harrison Court is the new American Spy Hero"

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  • Able Danger on July 20, 2010

    ABLE DANGER Book Tour Reviews Eddie Falcone/Publicist "Able Danger" is a brand of thriller that is unique and different--Author Fran Lewis It was well written with a nice blend of action. It was an interesting story with an intriguing twist on current international relations. Think of it as a cousin to the Jason Bourne novels--Author Beth Fielding Plot, counter-plot, and conspiracy theory intertwine with fictionalized real-world terrorism coming under curiously confident suspicion--Author Sheila Deeth I thoroughly enjoyed the premise. I felt the author was writing in a style similar to Robert Crais and David Baldacci. The author has his own unique style and is obviously on his way to write many more spy-action novels--Author Barbara Hudson Roth has created a thriller that takes the reader on a breath-taking ride from Italy to China to the caves of Tora Bora. This book is recommended for readers of spy novels who like non-stop action--Author Sandie Kirkland It's main character Harrison Court is every woman’s hero and every foe's nightmare--Author Fran Lewis Roth's book is a very compelling work of fiction that ties into reality very well--Author Betty Gelean An ending so bone chilling that not even Patterson or Berry’s novels could compare to that of author Kensington Roth--Author Fran Lewis The charming, sleek main character Harrison Court a.k.a 006 leads the story with incredible grace and adventure--Author Kay Zen Kensington Roth's portrayal of the anonymous suburban family is brilliant and clever, using everyday tasks to define the significance of the incident--Author Ashleigh Bonang Author Kensington Roth steers the story with such elegance that many if not most spy thrillers lack. The book is a perfect 10--Author Kay Zen Kensington Roth has created a plot so devious, so frightening it reveals the government's mass deception and deceit--Author Fran Lewis The author's sense of place and time is exquisite, and the characterizations are believable and consistent--Author Betty Gelean Special effects abound in the threat of super-weapons, high-speed car-chases, and B-52 bombers landing two thousand pound bombs--Author Sheila Deeth The action grows all the way through the book like a runaway train!--Author Betty Gelean The ending makes you crave for the sequel "Danger for 2"--Author Kay Zen The conclusion promises an interesting direction for the sequel--Author Sheila Deeth A plausible scenario with a great and terrible surprise ending--Author Betty Gelean
  • Spies Among Us on March 27, 2011

    JAMES BOND meet HARRISON COURT-006 The highly acclaimed spy thriller "Spies Among Us" has been compared to James Bond and Jason Bourne and has been adapted to screenplay for film production *** *** "The suave, sophisticated, debonair, and dangerous Harrison Court-006 leads the story with an incredible command that many if not most spy thrillers lack. The book is a perfect 10"--author Kay Zen. *** Author Fran Lewis declares "Harrison Court is every woman's hero and every foe's nightmare in an ending so bone chilling that not even Patterson or Berry's novels could compare to that of author Kensington Roth *** "Roth has created a thriller that takes the reader on a breath-taking ride from Italy to China to the caves of Tora Bora. This book is recommended for readers of spy novels who like non-stop action"--Author Sandie Kirkland *** "Roth's book is a very compelling work of fiction that ties into reality very well"--Author Betty Gelean *** "Plot, counter-plot, and conspiracy theory intertwine with fictionalized real-world terrorism coming under curiously confident suspicion"--Author Sheila Deeth *** "The charming, sleek main character Harrison Court a.k.a 006 leads the story with incredible grace and adventure--Author Kay Zen *** "Kensington Roth's portrayal of the anonymous suburban family is brilliant and clever, using everyday tasks to define the significance of the incident"--Author Ashleigh Bonang *** "Kensington Roth has created a plot so devious, so frightening it reveals the government's mass deception and deceit"--Author Fran Lewis *** "The author's sense of place and time is exquisite, and the characterizations are believable and consistent"--Author Betty Gelean *** "Special effects abound in the threat of super-weapons, high-speed car-chases, and B-52 bombers landing two thousand pound bombs"--Author Sheila Deeth *** "The action grows all the way through the book like a runaway train!"--Author Betty Gelean *** "The ending makes you crave for the sequel "Den of Spies"--Author Kay Zen *** "The conclusion promises an interesting direction for the sequel"--Author Sheila Deeth *** "A plausible scenario with a great and terrible surprise ending"--Author Betty Gelean