Flower Girl (A Burton Family Mystery #1)

Flower Girl A Burton Family Mystery What happens when a scientist with top secret clearance and a rogue CIA agent join forces and he happens to be her father As a kidnapped orphan she hires out as a flower girl on Cheju do Island Kore

  • Title: Flower Girl (A Burton Family Mystery #1)
  • Author: David Marshall Hunt
  • ISBN: 9781499517132
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • What happens when a scientist with top secret clearance and a rogue CIA agent join forces, and he happens to be her father As a kidnapped orphan she hires out as a flower girl on Cheju do Island, Korea the honeymoon capital of Asia At 12 she is rescued from being sold as a child bride Her rescuer is a rogue CIA Agent, who happens to be her father, who returns her to theWhat happens when a scientist with top secret clearance and a rogue CIA agent join forces, and he happens to be her father As a kidnapped orphan she hires out as a flower girl on Cheju do Island, Korea the honeymoon capital of Asia At 12 she is rescued from being sold as a child bride Her rescuer is a rogue CIA Agent, who happens to be her father, who returns her to the USA to get an education At 26 she is a scientist and linguist with a top secret clearance working for a government contractor when her rogue agent father suggests that they start a family business as assassins for hire An unexpected turn of events on an assignment sends them back to Cheju do where she is faced with the difficult choice of service to family and community or revenge To start a family business you first need a family Hunt circa 1990 A novel of mystery, adventure, and discovery, with a touch of whimsy, where past meets present as an atypical family comes together and learns about themselves while learning to trust each other as they start up an unusual and dangerous family business.

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    1 thought on “Flower Girl (A Burton Family Mystery #1)”

    1. Interesting read for those who enjoy learning about ancient history and different cultures. The characters are lovable and very intelligent, which is always a plus in my book *pun intended*. I'm still not sure how I feel about the author putting himself into the book. It's funny, I guess. I think the few things I wasn't crazy about is the fact that it seemed a bit longer than it needed to be, and that the author would point out facts that I thought were already established in the book. I assume [...]

    2. Flower Girl, a name that does not inspire thoughts of action but this is a brilliantly written book mingling family and friends, wilderness, Korean history, spying, sniper, pilot and savior of enslaved children, stolen at birth and raised to the ripe old age of twelve to be some rich person’s child wife. An off the reservation CIA operative seeks to bring his far flung family together. As a trained sniper he imparts his skill to his daughters, one of many skills he teaches them. Along the way [...]

    3. Amazing read! It's not often you find a book with such depth. Child Bride flows easily between seventh-century Korean queens and modern day child-bride sellers. In league with her ex-CIA agent father, main character Shannon Burton builds a family dedicated to freeing stolen children. Every detail is painstakingly accurate, from the top-of-the-line special ops bush plane to way sniper rifles really operate. I thoroughly enjoyed the ride and gained new information along the way.

    4. This is an outstanding book on several levels. It is informative about the country of Korea and its history without becoming boring. It is a wake-up call about the ongoing problem of child slavery and child brides being sold without becoming preachy. But most of all it is a great story about an extended group of people and their unusual business, assassination. It is a great read, and I will be looking forward to more adventures of the Burton family.

    5. Flower Girl This book is exceptionally well-written and takes one on a complicated, interwoven wild ride of events. Reddy’s past as a CIA operative influences the lives of his daughters and associates by teaching them how to survive in his world. You will enjoy touring the beautiful countryside of Korea through the main characters’ eyes.

    6. This overall was a good book. The story was enjoyable my only negative comment is that it took a while for me to catch on to the authors writing style in the beginning. So for others who might want to read this book just stick with it through about the first 65 or so pages because the story starts to get going there.

    7. She had been Carrie Lee and now she was Shannon Lee Burton and she was twenty six. Shannon’s best friend and colleague was Angie. The man in black had rescued Shannon from the orphanage that Shannon had been at since she was four and had been being raised to be a child bride. Shannon had been twelve when she was rescued but the man in black put her in Bush School for Girls when she had run away from the foster home he had put her in and she had been twelve. The man in black said he was Reddy B [...]

    8. Not my favorite. Though I did enjoy the book, there were many parts that seemed to have been drawn out. Also, it's probably just me, but everyone (charcters) just seemed super intelligent. I felt well maybe I'm not the intended reader, only people w/doctorates should be reading it. Every charcacter spoke multiple languages and had an immense amount of skills, it took me a longer bit of time to read b/c lack of interesting characters (again that's just me - I don't like it when *they* all appea [...]

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