Book review: Flight 103

Flight 103 follows former Mossad agent Sam Wolfman as he investigates where the Catholic Church is hiding assets and the downing of an American airliner.

Wolfman successfully solves both investigations (which are going on at the same time) and with relative ease. He seems to find the information that he needs quickly and outwits all opponents with ease, particularly the cardinal he speaks to at the Vatican. The editing needs to be improved, with some words being split into two, whilst on other occasions there are a couple of words joined together. Also, some sentences are repeated when turning a page, which interrupts the flow of the story. I found the book to be quite formulaic, with few obstacles in Wolfman’s way and obvious outcomes.

Rating (out of 5): **

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