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  • Title: Flash
  • Author: Tim Tigner
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  • Page: 430
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  • This is an alternate cover edition for ASIN B00F240FDG.WHAT WOULD YOU DO if you woke up to the sound of screaming the trunk of a car side a dead cop .with no idea where you were .or why .or when In FLASH, Troy and Emmy are about to find out.

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    About "Tim Tigner"

    1. Tim Tigner

      Tim began his career in Soviet Counterintelligence with the US Army Special Forces, the Green Berets That was back in the Cold War days when, We learned Russian so you didn t have to, something he did at the Presidio of Monterey alongside Recon Marines and Navy SEALs.With the fall of the Berlin Wall, Tim switched from espionage to arbitrage Armed with a Wharton MBA rather than a Colt M16, he moved to Moscow in the midst of Perestroika There, he led prominent multinational medical companies, worked with cosmonauts on the MIR Space Station from Earth, alas , chaired the Association of International Pharmaceutical Manufacturers, and helped write Russia s first law on healthcare.Moving to Brussels during the formation of the EU, Tim ran Europe, Middle East, and Africa for a Johnson Johnson company and traveled like a character in a Robert Ludlum novel He eventually landed in Silicon Valley, where he launched new medical technologies as a startup CEO.In his free time, Tim has climbed the peaks of Mount Olympus, went hang gliding from the cliffs of Rio de Janeiro, and ballooned over Belgium He earned scuba certification in Turkey, learned to ski in Slovenia, and ran the Serengeti with a Maasai warrior He acted on stage in Portugal, taught negotiations in Germany, and chaired a healthcare conference in Holland Tim studied psychology in France, radiology in England, and philosophy in Greece He has enjoyed ballet at the Bolshoi, the opera on Lake Como, and the symphony in Vienna He s been a marathoner, paratrooper, triathlete, and yogi Intent on combining his creativity with his experience, Tim began writing thrillers in 1996 from an apartment overlooking Moscow s Gorky Park Twenty years later, his passion for creative writing continues to grow every day His home office now overlooks a vineyard in Northern California, where he lives with his wife Elena and their two daughters.Tim grew up in the Midwest, and graduated from Hanover College with a BA in Philosophy and Mathematics After military service and work as a financial analyst and foreign exchange trader, he earned an MBA in Finance and an MA in International Studies from the University of Pennsylvania Thank you for taking the time to read about the author Tim loves to correspond with readers like you You are welcome to reach him through or directly at tim timtigner.Tim gives away a paperback every week on If you re feeling lucky, look for him under the Popular Authors heading Meanwhile, consider visiting timtigner where you can get one of his eBooks for free.

    537 thoughts on “Flash”

    1. SURPRISED ME-WOW!I liked the reviews but noticed there weren't a lot written by females and I'm not normally a big spy or what sounds a little like vicious actionbut this was sooo good! It really grabbed and entertained me-to the point that I'm still thinking about the character even after I've finished the book. In fact, although I feel like I have to write this so others get the chance to read it, I really want to start the next book by him I that I just bought. Quick and short-this story is t [...]

    2. NOTES FROM THE AUTHORFLASH is a novel about desperation. The desperation that puts previously decent people on a slippery slope, and the desperate circumstances in which their victims wind up. The plot of FLASH evolves from a failed innovation. (I have a lot of experience with these, having spent 20 years on the cutting edge of the medical technology industry.) A man goes deeply into debt to develop a promising product that ends up making the target condition worse rather than better. In his des [...]

    3. The Flash by Tim Tigner was an Awesome ending for my reading adventures in 2015. Tigner's writing kept the story line twisting and turning till the very end. I have to give Tim a big thumbs up on the plot, it was very original. In this genre, there is always good versus evil, but Tim's use of The Flash is a fresh idea that made this novel worth reading till the end.The two main character have their memory erased, they are being chased by the police for a murder, they don't think they committed. [...]

    4. The story started out well but became less interesting.The characters lacked real chemistry as the story became more contrived.

    5. A solid action thriller. Fast paced and interesting, it's a good solid debut novel for Tim Tigner. Some of the dialogue seemed a little stiff, and the resolution seemed a little abrupt (a couple more plot twists towards the end and more of a final confrontation I think would have served the book well) but all in all a good book and I'll read more of his at some point for sure.

    6. An okay book to pass the time.Lots of suspension of disbelief with this one. You won't really believe two slightly above average people can face all the threats, obstacles and mental puzzles they are put through and come out of it alive, much less on top. And there are logical mistakes. This is basically a cheesy action film in novel form. But, if you like that sort of thing, it isn't too badFINITELY written by a straight man. The female lead constantly bares her breasts or wets her shirt (sans [...]

    7. I was looking for another lone-operator series, and accidentally purchased this book.Intriguing idea of the situation where two strangers with their memories wiped to some degree, are thrown into a "framing situation" and they have to struggle to survive.Simply put: way too far-fetched, and not really well-presented/delivered.I would not recommend this, unless you were sitting on a beach and wanted some "light" reading, and don't mind seriously suspending disbelief.

    8. This was an ok book until I got about 90% through it and then it just pissed me off. The plot was great in outline and then got so bogged down that I no longer cared. The characters were either too cliche or too sappy for me. I abandoned ship. Sad because this was a new to me author and I wanted to like his stuff so I could enjoy more of it.

    9. Devious intentions.About third way, finally started to make sense. Plot and people started to connect, this book isn't like the others I read. Biotechnology changed four lives and attack on nine supreme court justices. Always money and more money.

    10. From the very first page, Tim's writing has you guessing what will happen next which makes it impossible to put the book down. Very much enjoyed reading Flash and will definitely be reading his other 2 current books.

    11. This one of the best, most enjoyable reads ever, particularly for a first offering. The author has crafted a very good story with two wonderful and engaging main characters. Tight writing and witty dialogue had me hooked from the opening chapter. well done. Definitely recommended.

    12. Non- stop suspenseThis book hooked me from the very beginning and I had trouble putting it down. It kept me on the edge of my seat for the whole ride. I really hope he writes a sequel to this I need to know what happens to Troy and Emmy

    13. Interesting story line with great characters. I really love Troy and Emmy (though I do wish Tigner would have avoided the painful cliche of giving the protagonist bright green eyes and naming her 'Emerald Green'). Troy is thoughtful and clever without being *too* perfect--a tricky balance that Tigner pulls off well. Honesty, I was sort of madly in love with Troy throughout the entire novel. He's the perfect amount of witty, strong, tender, and self-deprecating. I might have to read more novels w [...]

    14. Engaging biotech thrillerWhen a pair of blood-covered strangers find themselves locked up in the trunk of an automobile, in the Caribbean, along with a dead cop and gun, they must try to figure out what happened and how they got there. But with no recollection of the events that lead them there, it’s going to a tough mystery to unravel. Troy, a former combat surgeon believes it’s 2001 and he’s still in Afghanistan. Emmy has the idea that it’s 2002 and she living on the LA streets. How ar [...]

    15. The author sent me two of his manuscripts because of how much I enjoyed Betrayal (READ IT!). And I have to say that Tim Tigner does it again with another masterful tale of intrigue. And it will be difficult for me not to give away any spoilers as I find myself bouncing up and down with a bit of a gleeful, “Oh, you won’t believe this” and “Did you…did you read the part that…” and so on. Reading one of his works is like watching a movie that’s so entertaining that you want to see i [...]

    16. Oh what an entertaining book that was. Totally implausible, and I know I've criticised some books for that very thing, but with certain books you just kind of expect it and if you park your disbelief and go along for the ride you can have a lot of fun. I think my problem is with books that try to be more "hard-hitting" and realistic and then lead you down Alice's rabbit hole.S0 - how would you feel if you came to in the boot of a car with a dead man whose blood is all over you? And in the car is [...]

    17. If you like BRAD THOR, or VINCE FLYNN, or BRIAN HAIG, or as the author suggests LEE CHILD, or DAVID BALDACCI, your will love TIM TIGNER. Although the third of Tigner's published books, I picked up FLASH first because the hero is a combat veteran from Afghanistan. The action is very fast-paced. The reader is hooked from the first sentence: "Troy awoke to the sound of screaming. That was not unusual for a combat surgeon, but hearing soprano was." Tigner writes an exciting morality play - the good [...]

    18. Flash by Tim Tigner was a fast paced adventure that I was sucked into from the very first page. The book begins with two people who realized they have each lost many years of memory and the author takes you on an adventure to piece together what happened. I loved the main female character Emmy. Emmy was someone I would enjoy hanging out with and seeing what type of mischief the two of us could get into and watch her talk us out of it. I have read most of Tim Tigner's works, but this was my favor [...]

    19. A Flash SurpriseAs others suggested this story started with a bang and was non-stop, many improbable situations but very entertainingis book also saved my Kindle Readerwhile on a trip this Labor Day weekend the Kindle was left in a hotel bede the story was so good I reached for my reader as soon as I got in the car but it was not therediscovered that it was missing and returned to the hotel and retrievedanks for a great "read" Mr. Finger

    20. My, was this clever! I liked it, lots of twists and turns in this chilling adventure. True, the characters are a bit too good-looking and intelligent and acomplished to be believed, but that's why they ended up in a thriller, right? Anything and anyone CAN happen.I liked it so much I decided to go ahead and buy another book from this (new for me) author. Well done!

    21. This book has it all-action/romance/adventure/mystery/horror! And what I really enjoyed is that you start out lost and try to find out what's going on (along with the 2 main characters) and then discover many other levels of subterfuge. Another one that I could not put down-all his books are like that!

    22. It took me a little while to get into this book, in part because, like the characters who's memory had been wiped, I couldn't quite figure out where I was in the story. Once I got feel for all the characters and how they all connected, this was a thrilling story, lots of action and moving parts. Another good effort by Tim Tigner.

    23. Awesome story, well written with humor and creativity, detailed but smooth. Can't wait to read Tigner's next novel!Awesome story, imaginative, well written, humorous, creative, smooth. Erasing memories as a tool for good or evil becomes a moral

    24. Why isn't there a sequel?!?I loved this novel. The main characters were quick and witty, the secondary characters were crude and loathsome, and the plot was clever and captivating. I recommend giving it a go. I think it was even free, or really inexpensive at least.

    25. Couldn't read it fast enough!I enjoyed this story and its characters. I thought all were well developed, especially Troy and Emmy. It felt as if this plot could happen medically (which made it interesting to me). The romance that developed didn't hurt either!

    26. Wild RideMy first book by Tigner. So glad I downloaded this one! Very unique plot with plenty of action and surprises. And no crude language and needless sex. Just a solid mystery. Thank you! Keep writing Mr. Tigner!

    27. Wow!!! I have read all three of Tim Tigners books. Flash is spellbinding, character's are well developed and the terrorist pharma/bio weapons are absolutely unique for readers who like this genre.When can we see more from this author?

    28. Good fast moving plot and writing style that's comfortable. Characters are a little cartoonish but this is science fiction after all. A fun read.

    29. Fast-paced thriller that will keep you guessing!Good character development and a plot that gets larger at each turn of the page. I will be checking out the author's other books.

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