Review of The Good Man by Gabriel Valjan

The Company Files: The Good Man by [Valjan, Gabriel]

Blurb: Jack Marshall had served with Walker during the war, and now they work for The Company in postwar Vienna. With the help of Leslie, an analyst who worked undercover gathering intelligence from Hitler’s inner circle, they are tasked to do the inconceivable: recruit former Nazis with knowledge that can help the U.S. in the atomic race. But someone else is looking for these men. And when he finds them, he does not leave them alive.

In this tale of historical noir, of corruption and deceit, no one is who they say they are. Who is The Good Man in a world where an enemy may be a friend, an ally the enemy, and governments deny everything?

My thoughts:

I totally enjoyed this book. Everything was good including the story line, characters, flow of the story, suspense and lots of unexpected events. Along with a good story this book also gives you a peak into the history and tells you a bit about post world war II events. I loved the use of the time period and the character’s backstories even more. This book was completely fascinating and intriguing and had me completely immersed in the story.

Valjan’s writing skills are excellent and you would find it difficult to put down the book as every moment you would be thinking about what’s gonna happen next. It’s like one of those Mission Impossible movies. What I most liked about the book is that mystery is maintained and there is a very satisfying ending.

If you love the fiction and enjoy the spy movies or even the books, then this book is must for you.

About the Author

Gabriel Valjan
Gabriel Valjan is the author of the Roma Series and The Company Files from Winter GoosePublishing as well as numerous short stories. He lives in Boston,Massachusetts, where he enjoys the local restaurants, and his two cats,Squeak and Squawk, keep him honest to the story on the screen.

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