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Reviewed by Ruffina Oserio for Readers' Favorite
One More Time by Nigel Seed is a perfectly-paced military thriller with the potential to entertain any fan of the genre; it is the fifth book in the Jim Wilson series and it reads well as a standalone novel. Two ex-military men, Jim and Ivan, are called back by the Prime Minister with a dangerous mission: find the men who have taken control of two dangerous nuclear weapons and take back control before they use them. The mission isn’t as simple as it could have been in other circumstances for these experienced military men. They quickly discover that they are embroiled with criminals who have the power to grab more dangerous weapons and who have no ethical rules. The involvement of an arms dealer without a conscience and his stunning daughter in this game makes it even deadlier. Jim’s biggest problem becomes that of time as the clock ticks.
Nigel Seed just blew my mind with this novel, and the exceptional handling of character and the thematic development make the story an obsessive read. The setting is brilliantly imagined and executed with skill, taking the reader from Zimbabwe in Africa, across continents to Belize, then Norway, and to Spain. The conflict is strengthened by the urgency of the crisis the key characters are fighting to resolve and the author uses the time factor intelligently to beef up the plot and create interest in the reader. One More Time is a book that can only be described with superlatives, exploding with action and displaying a top-tier storytelling craft.