The Abigail Affair

The Abigail Affair The fast paced zany thriller from British author Timothy Frost that s sold over Kindle copies worldwide Toby Robinson twenty two and broke lands a job as deckhand on a Russian billionaire s

  • Title: The Abigail Affair
  • Author: T. J. Frost
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The fast paced, zany thriller from British author Timothy Frost that s sold over 30,000 Kindle copies worldwide.Toby Robinson, twenty two and broke, lands a job as deckhand on a Russian billionaire s yacht On his first night aboard he is framed for the murder of a guest And that s just the start of his problems His attractive crewmate Julia seems to be the only one on hThe fast paced, zany thriller from British author Timothy Frost that s sold over 30,000 Kindle copies worldwide.Toby Robinson, twenty two and broke, lands a job as deckhand on a Russian billionaire s yacht On his first night aboard he is framed for the murder of a guest And that s just the start of his problems His attractive crewmate Julia seems to be the only one on his side but can he trust her With his mobile phone confiscated, armed only with a winning smile and a flair for mixing cocktails, can Toby foil the sinister international conspiracy that threatens to entangle him It s New Year s Eve and something terrible will happen at midnight Time is running out, and so are Toby s options

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    • If you enjoy well-paced adventures, tales of amateur sleuths making good and have a soft spot for British characters and humor, then `The Abigail Affair' by British author, Timothy Frost, is sure to appeal.`The Abigail Affair', Frost's second novel since ditching a successful career as an advertising copywriter, has a lot going for it.Its plot has been well structured, with an exciting prologue and an adventure-genre suitable ending. Frost uses appropriate descriptive detail and tension-creating [...]


    • I'm afraid, I found this almost laughable.It might be really cheap; but that is probably one of its only saving graces. This reads as if it aimed at 12 year olds. Toby is an immature idiot, the plot is both unbelievable and dreadful - one particular part making me laugh out loud. Given the total swearing in this book is limited to 'bleeding' and one or two s-words, I suspect it is a kid's book: yet the plot descends imto over-complex narcotics and business stuff in the middle which has no place [...]


    • Twenty-two-year-old Toby Robinson joins a Russian yacht as crew, clueless to what he's signed up for. Ruthless Russians, subterfuge and dead bodies abound.The Abigail Affair is an action-packed and enthralling contemporary nautical thriller. There's no fluff or flat spots and the story is always moving. What stood out most about this book, though, was Toby's voice and larrikin sense of humour - distinctive yet not contrived.Highly recommended.


    • Well done. Given that I've published the first book in my Caribbean-based thriller series, I was fascinated to find someone else working along similar lines. The writing and editing were top notch, and the story was great.




    • I really enjoyed this book Poor Toby gets himself into all sorts of trouble in his new job on a luxury yacht, and I had to keep on reading to see how he would get himself out of this one.



    • I downloaded this about a week ago as it was listed as free on ( it's now £1.25) so it was a bit of a bargain really and the synopsis and positive reviews really drew me in. Normally I quite like thrillers but this one just didn’t do it for me, it didn’t really grip me until the last chapters and even then it was more a mild curiosity rather than an I can’t put it down page turner. It’s also described as ‘zany’ and ‘humorous’ in the comments clipped from reviews so I was expec [...]


    • Okay, this was a read that was full of mystery and comedy. It wasn’t silly comedy. It was the comedy of watching a very unique character and get inside their mind. Their views of a situation had me chuckling even when death was on the line.You see the story through the first person eyes of a young man who is on a yacht thinking it will be something way different than what he finds himself in. He has a knack for losing jobs and spending his family’s money rather easily. But now he finds that [...]


    • Getting towards the end of the challenge but struggling because I can't both write and read so I looked for some simple things and found this. It's probably the second or third sea story I've read and I must say I don't see the fascination but it was an all right story.Told in third person restricted which kept it tight but occasionally made Toby seem like a complete moron, and all the other characters very superficial. There was also occasional head hopping, a massive 'as you know Bob' style in [...]


    • The descriptors "fast-paced", "entertaining", "tongue-in-cheek", and "dose of humor" drew me to this book. Add to it the idea of evil Russians and I'm there. I was disappointed. The prologue was the best part. I really wanted to quit reading this by a quarter of the way through but I really hate to not at least give the book a fair chance. The end redeemed it in a way but there was way too much "stuff" in between that just made me want to gnash my teeth in frustration.


    • This book was ok but nothing more. I thought the author expected readers to blindly accept all the far fetched predicaments the main character got into and then got out of it. I lost interest through in the middle because I found it too hard to accept, but I muddled through. The end actually picked up a bit, but all in all I was disappointed. I hoped for more.


    • Ehha decent read. The last 20% was the best part of the book as with many mysteries. Since it was a free download, no complaints. If I had paid for the book, I would think it worth mentioning that the middle seemed to drag a little, and it seemed pretty unlikely that the main character would change decisions as he did.


    • Had it not been for a friend's recommendation, i probably would never have read this book. After the first few pages, I found myself unable to put this book down, despite some parts being far fetched. Loved the character of Toby.


    • Even though this isn't the type of book I normally read, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I had to stop and catch my breath a few times, as the action is non-stop.Toby and I have the same kind of luck, and I can only hope that I would be as resourceful in his situation.



    • A little far fetched having a young, broke, inexperienced 22 year old bar tender run into adventure after adventure on the high seas!


    • An OK Kindle cheapie. Not as thrilling as I would have liked, and I didn't relate the main character, but a light read for a holiday.





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