Burn Notice: The Bad Beat
Michael Westen is still in Miami, trying to survive as a spy without a country. Brent Grayson is a nineteen-year-old college kid who claims to own a company that doesn't really exist. And Michael has to save Brent's father from loan sharks and fend off sinister Russian businessmen who see every takeover as an opportunity to be hostile.
Does not disappoint, especially for fans!
Geezzz Give Me a Break!
Tod Goldberg, your polictical views ruined what would've otherwise been a great book. Not only does your political views absolutely distort the original story dialog of the TV series, but it ruins the characters as well - making them into ridiculous fanciful driven Democrats (The characters had no political leaning in the TV show).
Give me a break! Both parties are corrupt!
In conclusion, if the original intent of this book was to write a great pastime read for when the TV show would happen to go on break (then in that case you've failed), then this book would've easily earned 5 stars. However, since this book was purposfully being used as a platform to spread fanciful Democrat Party falsities, I will give it 1 star, for the effort, that is.
You've ruined a great series. I hope you still don't falsly believe the Dems are not torturing people in Gitmo. LOL!!!