Boomerang

Rated 4.45/5 based on 11 reviews
The only way Ted Hogwood can get his guitar out of hock is to accept an assignment from the AABC, a not nearly official branch of the US intelligence community. He is partnered with Jerry Kwiatkowski to steal a boomerang containing secrets that should have died with J. Edgar Hoover. It would be simple if they knew what they were doing.

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James Anderson reviewed on Feb. 4, 2013

Just finished BOOMERANG by Alan Hutcheson. A wild and crazy thriller with some zany characters.

It was an interesting storyline but not enough suspense and action for me though. Dragged in the middle, but picked up in the latter half and the ending was solid and satisfying. There are a few editing and proofing issues, but not serious enough to harm the story.

The writing is good and competent and the author really grabs you with the opening chapters. There is quite a bit of humor in this thriller. Set in Australia and Arizona. A satisfying book, but had the potential to be much better. A solid 4-stars.
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)
hahamom reviewed on April 25, 2011

I enjoyed this book! Totally crazy and yet somehow lovable :-) I think someone else mentioned it could be a movie the likes of It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad Mad World. There were times when I lost track of the characters, but that's my own personal problem. I'm glad I can search on my Kindle and go back to the first mention of a character and be refreshed as to who they were. A fun read!
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
CJ reviewed on Oct. 23, 2010

I loved this book! Alan Hutcheson is a very talented writer. I am amazed at how he set the stage for this story. Each chapter of the book details the events of different characters that in the beginnning seem unrelated. However, as the story unfolds, each character or set of characters are drawn from places as far away as Australia to a little house in Arizona. Once each party involved in this tale find their way to a dark, soggy Arizona backyard in their pursuit of a handcrafted boomerang, the conclusion of their quest is delightful, entertaining, and satisfying . The characters are funny - some are wonderfully likeable, and some you just like to hate. I plan to read this book again sometime soon!
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)
Highlander333 reviewed on Aug. 25, 2010

This book was very enjoyably. It was a fast read which is high praise. I will definitely buy his future books.
(reviewed 80 days after purchase)
PandaRose reviewed on Aug. 24, 2010

I found this book quite well written, though I would liked to have seen it cut down. I thought it "went on a bit". but I did read to the end.
(reviewed 76 days after purchase)
Rebecca Kaltoum reviewed on July 11, 2010
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I really enjoyed this book.
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)
Carole Wade reviewed on July 2, 2010
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really enjoyed this book, very funny. Would definately recomend this book
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Nagaswami Venkatasubramanian reviewed on May 23, 2010

One of the best novels that I have read in recent times- suspenseful, witty and racy. I look forward to more such writings from Mr. Hutcheson.
N.Venkatasubramanian
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)
Paul Tarnuzzer reviewed on Feb. 25, 2010

I found this book very entertaining. I also participated in the Book Club discussion on the NookBoards Forum, which added to the enjoyment of the book. I definately recommend this eBook to anyone who enjoys a good adventure comedy!
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Edward Brownstein reviewed on Feb. 9, 2010
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Very funny! A madcap adventure along the likes of Carl Hiaasen or Tim Dorsey. The characters have depth and the plot was intricate and fun to watch come together at the end. I can recommend it without reservation.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)

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