They Call Me...montey Greene (identity Crisis Trilogy, Book 1) by A. R. YobaThey Call Me...montey Greene (identity Crisis Trilogy, Book 1) by A. R. Yoba

They Call Me...montey Greene (identity Crisis Trilogy, Book 1)

byA. R. Yoba

Paperback | July 3, 2012

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A.R. "Ab Wins" Yoba's debut novel, They Call Me...Montey Greene, centers around a man raised in a notorious Brooklyn Public Housing Project, who inadvertently thwarts the kidnapping of a reputed drug kingpin's daughter while vacationing in Milan, Italy, thereby throwing a monkey wrench in the plans of a clandestine agency that has been secretly recruiting him. This is the first book in A.R. Yoba's Montey Greene suspense thriller book series and falls under the "Identity Crisis Trilogy". The second and third books are Get...Montey Greene and Farewell...Montey Greene.All he wanted was to buy a pair of shoes when he walked into that high end women's boutique on Via Della Spiga and met the beautiful Colombian woman named Alejandra Lasprilla. She knew just the right pair she said. Maybe they would help patch things up between him and his soon to be ex-wife Patricia back home in the States. Maybe he could see his two kids again on a regular. Then those three thugs walked in. Locked the door. Mistook Montey Greene for just a tourist. A mark. Bad mistake.
Title:They Call Me...montey Greene (identity Crisis Trilogy, Book 1)Format:PaperbackDimensions:316 pages, 7.81 × 5.06 × 0.66 inPublished:July 3, 2012Publisher:GhettoSuburbia EntertainmentLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0985440813

ISBN - 13:9780985440817

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fast paced ACtion I received a copy of this book as part of the Goodreads Giveaway contest. What a story. Form Milan to Paris to Miami to New York. Never a dull momment. There is violence in the story. The story is very well paced. There are a few jumps in the timeline, but the author will tell the backstory so you are not lost. Very few scenes where there is not much action. The end of the book did have a twist I was not expecting. The main villian of the story was hidden til the very end. From the clues in the book, I was not surprised to find out who it was. The other twist had clues, but I did not pick up on them I found the plot to be driven more by action than by character. Once you get to the end, you will see why character develpment was almost irrelevant. A lot of the paragraph start with Montey did this or He did that. I did find a few grammar errors. I thought the editor would know the difference between to and too. I felt that the author was struggling to either tell the story in third person or first person. Every scene in the book involves the title character. This was fun to read. I am looking for wrd to the next book in the series.
Date published: 2013-08-22