Friend and fellow author DG Gass, author of Ghosts of Arlington, did a review for her blog recently on The Affairs of Men.
In the second of his John Logan thriller series, author Rick Nichols does not disappoint. With an almost seamless transition from his debut Logan thriller, “Survivor’s Affair”, “The Affairs of Men” takes the reader through an action packed intrigue that brings the main character and his companions face to face with ghosts from John Logan’s past.
Nichols skillfully incorporated the characters from his first novel into this second of the series and masterfully interwove the two external conflicts in “The Affairs of Men” into a plot with an easy and exciting flow. The story line was every bit as exhilarating as the first (and I loved “Survivor’s Affair). If there were any flaws in this, it may be that there were a lot of bad guys to keep track of. But even that didn’t notably detract from the story.
No doubt that I will be looking forward to reading future releases of Nichols and his John Logan series.