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Enzo Lee, 37, a burned out reporter, has forsaken investigative reporting on the East Coast to churn out feature fluff in San Francisco. He likes his new North Beach apartment, steps away from his Chinatown roots. Running, tai chi, women who are attracted to his exotic looks. Life is good. Then, Lee is ordered to cover the unexplained deaths of a local judge and prosecutorEnzo Lee, 37, a burned out reporter, has forsaken investigative reporting on the East Coast to churn out feature fluff in San Francisco. He likes his new North Beach apartment, steps away from his Chinatown roots. Running, tai chi, women who are attracted to his exotic looks. Life is good. Then, Lee is ordered to cover the unexplained deaths of a local judge and prosecutor. Intrigued by the connection, and the judge’s attractive niece, Sarah Armstrong, Lee begins to uncover a biotech scandal whose perpetrators will kill to conceal. When Lee and Sarah become targets, the question becomes whether the pair can evade their hunters and piece together the story before their time runs out. By a Pulitzer Prize-winning author....

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Project Moses Reviews

  • Frances
    2019-03-16 10:32

    2.5*

  • Charles Ray
    2019-03-14 13:23

    Enzo Lee had been a hot shot investigative reporter in New York until he got caught up in a journalism scandal that threatened his career. After relocating to San Francisco, and getting a job as a fluff features reporter, he seemed finally to be getting his grove back. But, when a judge and a prosecutor die under mysterious circumstances, his editor assigns him to cover the cases. Suddenly, Lee finds himself knee deep in a bio-terrorism conspiracy involving a well-known bio-tech company and government officials who have a secret they don’t want known, and are willing to go to any lengths, including murder, to keep it from ever coming to light.Project Moses by Robert B. Lowe is a story of nonstop thrills and intrigue that grabs you by the throat from the first page and keeps you spinning until the twisted ending. Full of chills and a bit of wry humor, it will keep you turning pages and guessing, with an ending that will leave you breathless as you follow Lee from coast to coast in his effort to untangle the threads of a deadly plot with global implications.First rate writing with enough plot twists to bedevil even the most ardent thriller fan. A book you’ll not be able to put down, and that will leave you thinking long after you stop reading. How far will people go in their efforts to hang on to power? You’ll just have to read it and find out.

  • Open Books
    2019-02-20 05:19

    Even though it’s Robert B. Lowe’s first mystery/thriller novel, you shouldn’t be surprised when you find yourself engrossed in it. After all, it’s rare to come upon an author with such a solid background. Not only did he win Pulitzer Prize for his investigative journalism, he also has vast knowledge when it comes to classic genre literature. He’s able to extract its most valuable elements and incorporate them into his own prose.To some extent, I support others’ view that certain characters could have been more developed but I did like many of them - namely the main protagonist and his poor editor. I also think that dialogues are very skillfully written.Anyway, the plot captured me so completely that I barely noticed all those details. There’s no doubt in my mind that I’ll check out the rest of Robert B. Lowe’s works sooner rather than later.Amazing "Project Moses" by Robert B. Lowe is available at OpenBooks.com, where you download and read first and then decide if and how much to pay. Price recommended by author is 1,99$, but you can contribute more if you wish. You may also copy and share the eBook with no restrictions. It is legal - those who receive file from you can pay after reading also if they decide to do so. "Project Moses" by Robert B. Lowe at OpenBooks.com

  • Toni Osborne
    2019-03-06 11:15

    Book 1, in the Enzo Lee Mystery Thriller series“Project Moses” tells how a zealous investigative reporter is thrust into an exhilarating and dangerous investigation covering the suspicious death of a local judge and prosecutor. This is a fairly conventional story, a fiction based in San Francisco during the 1990’s, written by Pulitzer Prize winner for local investigative specialized reporting. This is Mr. Lowe’s debut novel and a prefect summer read.This bio-terrorism story filled with some romance, suspense and plot twists kept me guessing from page one and held my attention most of the time. It was a bit far-fetched and lacked some character development but in whole a very decent drama. The plot is solid and mostly intriguing. I was easily swept up in the action and often teased when the story deviated from the main character’s escapade to focus on a new player. On the down side some long descriptions slowed down the tempo and were such a huge distraction my brain got carried away during those pauses but thankfully the story fast regained its pacing and became exciting once more. If you like conspiracy theory and corporate shenanigans “Project Moses” will hook you in for hours and make you uneasy even fear genetic engineering.

  • Jean Poulos
    2019-03-15 10:17

    Robert B. Lowe is a new author to me. He has a law degree from Harvard and is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist. This apparently is his first novel.This book is about an investigative reporter Enzo Lee who is of Chinese/Italian decent. He has moved from the east coast to San Francisco. His employer has assigned him to investigate the unexplained death of a local judge and prosecutor. He uncovers political corruption and a bioterrorism cover up. He meets the judge’s niece, Sarah, and together they attempt to uncover the truth.The book is well written and the plot twists and turns as the suspense continues to build. The pace could have done with more variation. The characters are interesting. I would have preferred more involvement in the story of Bobbie Connors the female detective on the case.The book is 298 pages long published in 2012 by Enzo Publications. This book was a semi finalist in “Best Indie Book of 2012”.

  • Jim A
    2019-03-11 06:15

    I started this book, set it aside to read something with a higher priority to me and then went back to it. I'm glad I did.Genetically engineered vegetables, government involvement, conspiracy and murders to cover everything up. Retribution at the end. What's not to like? The protagonist, Enzo Lee, is a discredited investigative reporter, now relegated to writing fluff pieces. When the normal courts reporter is unable to cover the death of a judge, Lee is assigned the job. That same night a prosecutor is the victim of a hit and run driver. Lee's investigative instincts take over from there and the reader's ride is on. For the reader who likes conspiracy thrillers, this is right in your comfort zone.As other reviewers have pointed out, there are a few flaws in Lowe's delivery, but they are easily overlooked.

  • Serge
    2019-03-13 11:12

    This novel is well-written and has some imaginative elements to it. The characters are not, to me, all that interesting, nor are they developed very much, except for the protagonist. As a "mystery thriller", it left me wanting more of a story and more twists and turns. The locations, other than the Bay Area, could have been better elaborated. It's good, but had the potential to be much more than good.

  • Jan
    2019-03-15 11:36

    Genetically engineered vegetables & flowers, diseases that wipe out segments of the population, a ruthless CEO, government involvement up the yazoo and a little romance...what's not to like?

  • Bruce McNair
    2019-02-26 11:19

    I felt this book had an interesting plot - national and international intrigue of the type that is a conspiracy theorist's dream. But there were some weaknesses that detracted from the reading pleasure. In my opinion, some of these weaknesses were as follows:• I felt that the opening was weakened by overlong descriptions. After wading through several of these in the first third of the book, I felt like putting the book aside. But I found that the second half of the book seemed like a whole different story - the pace and suspense was good for a thriller - I certainly could not put the book down at this point. As the opening is the place where you need to grab and keep the reader's attention, I thought that this opportunity was missed. I kept reading in the hope that things would improve and was rewarded. But would other readers do the same?• Sarah and Lee - sounds too much like a brand of frozen meals to me.• Why does nobody have a mobile/cell phone? After about half the book, I realised the story was set in the 1990s, but surely a reporter and a lawyer would consider a mobile/cell phone part of their essential equipment even then. So the time that the events took place could have been established better or reasons for not having them need to be established. Both would avoid these sort of questions in the reader's mind.• He uses the News library and the California Secretary of State's office to find information about Futura Products rather than do an Internet search on his own computer. I can excuse this one after realising it was set in the 1990s when perhaps these records were not as readily available on the Internet as they are today.• Why does an Iraqi have an Uzi? As Uzis are made by Israelis, it seems unlikely for an Arab to carry one.• Cuba and Bosnia-Herzegovina are questionable as hot spots. Although, the situation in the 1990s was certainly very different so perhaps this is excusable. • Why didn't they use a USB pen drive instead of printing? Or they could have sent the pages to an email address. I realise this would have changed the excuse for killing the comptroller. But my concern is that alternative means for extracting the information were not dealt with, that is explain why using a pen drive or sending an email was not possible.In summary, I felt that there were sufficient problems that another revision or two could have helped raise the book a star or two.

  • Rhonda
    2019-02-22 12:34

    Review:Project Moses by Robert B. Lowe 5 STARSProject Moses is a Mystery Thriller that is scary that some of it could happen with all the science being discovered. I did not want to put it down till I had finshed reading it. Its a good length of a book.I have to admit crying at part of the story.Enzo Lee writes fluff pieces for San Francisco newspaper for the last two years. His boss just assigned him to cover a prosecutor death. Enzo does not want it and I thought he was not much of an investigator.Then he is asked to cover a Judge Miriam Gilbert's death in her office she is found the next morning. They did not know yet what she had died from but the prosecuter and the Judge were just on a case that ended in a hung jury.The next day the Judge's niece Sarah Armstrong comes to talk to Lee about her Aunt the judge and as she is leaving the newpaper building she is runover by a hit and run that seamed aimed at her. Lee was a witness to it and took her home from the hospital and to his place because he did not like all these deaths happening.The more that Lee and Sarah find out about the deaths they find lots more accidents have happened accross the country.Lee is being set up on a drug charge but he is warned by the police detective who was investigating the judge death till it was taken over by Feds.Two lawyers that went to law school and argued against Sarah and her friend the dead prosecuter where also killed by mysterous deaths. One of the deaths was Brent Donsen who worked as prosecuter for Justice department.Finding what he was looking at opens a lot of information. Brent was actually the first death in New York than is buddy in florida and than the deaths in San Francisco.Thier is a lot of science about gene splicing to help the food supply but than you see how that same technology is used to wipe out crops of certain areas and animals.The story is well told and kept my attention on the story. I would read more books by Robert in the future based on this book.I was given this ebook from Librarything and asked in return to give honest review of the story.01/23/2012 PUB Words: 85474

  • Marilou George
    2019-03-19 06:28

    Enzo Lee is a journalist recently re-located to San Francisco after some extreme backlash from a feature written at his previous job in New York. He is content to write feature stories with no personal investigation or involvement. He is inadvertently given an assignment that propels him head first into a conspiracy involving the murder of a judge; a prosecutor and the attempted murder of Sarah the judges’ niece. He finds himself caught up in a cat and mouse game hurtling out of control.This story is a fast paced and highly inventive mystery/thriller that grabbed me right from the start. Robert W. Lowe has managed to immediately draw you into the storyline with a main character that is believable and engaging. The story is packed full of unforeseen twists and turns that you will find it difficult to put this book down. Enzo Lee is the main character and written with great realism and attention to detail that you will feel as though you know him personally. Sarah is a strong character who forms an alliance with Enzo and their chemistry becomes apparent from the start. All the characters are extremely colorful and their stories and interactions contribute a great deal to the story. The descriptive writing of the San Francisco area lends to the feeling and realism of the story.The research that went into this story is evident as you learn about a multi-million dollar company that allegedly researches and manufactures genetically altered agricultural seeds to improve the quality of the food supply. The science contained in this story is written in a fashion that is easy to understand and allows the reader to learn while keeping the story interesting and factual.I personally enjoyed the glimpse into investigative journalism. The perspective provided by Robert W. Lowe, who has twelve years of experience in the field, provides an eye-opening view of the behind the scenes involvement and determination it takes to bring a story to fruition.I highly recommend this fascinating and fast paced mystery/thriller it is a thought provoking page turner.

  • Rebecca Graf
    2019-03-19 10:15

    Do you like mystery? Do you like conspiracy theories? Like a little action? You might want to check out Robert B. Lowe’s Project Moses.A trial of no consequence. A dead judge. A dead prosecutor. More dead bodies and attempts to add to the number. What does this give you? A reporter and a lawyer on the run and finding conspiracies where they never imagined them.This story starts off fast, grabbing the reader, and never lets up. Well, there are a few slow areas where dialogue explains the complicated plot. But other than that, I couldn’t put it down. I had to finish it quickly. The story is not straight forward and keeps the reader guessing. Even when I figured areas out, I discovered I was only partly right.Mr. Lowe’s writing style is engaging. It is not too above the reader which had to have been hard to do with all the science he was writing about. It was also not dumbed down.There are a few F-bombs dropped. Other than that, there is not much to warn you about. The violence in it is not explained in detail. If made into a movie, I can see where the directors could turn it into something really bloody though.I did love this book. It was written to keep the reader engaged and in suspense. This is a book you need to read this year.*Disclosure of Material Connection: I am a member of The Virtual Book Tour Cafe' and a copy of this book was provided to me by the author. Although payment may have been received by The Virtual Book Tour Cafe', no payment was received by me in exchange for this review nor was there an obligation to write a positive one. All opinions expressed here are entirely of my own and may not necessarily agree with those of the author, the book's publisher and publicist or the readers of this review. This disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255, Guides

  • Al Gritten
    2019-03-18 09:14

    I received this ebook free in exchange for a review.The elements of this mystery-thriller could be found on the front pages of the newspaper: government conspiracy, greedy corporations, and genetic mutations that produce biological weapons all come together to provide reporter Enzo Lee with all the elements he needs for a headline making news story. Unfortunately for Lee he has a questionable reputation in the news business because of past mistakes and no proof. That is until he meets Sarah Armstrong who may be the next victim of the coverup by Agrigenics. The writing is tight and the plot well developed. The characterizations of Lee and Armstrong, as well as the secondary characters, are well done - Lowe has added depth and develops the characters fully, adding to the readers empathy and interest. The plot offers a believable insight into all the possible negative consequences of genetically altering food products and Lowe does an admirable job playing on the potential fears of genetic engineering. Add a sprinkle of weapons potential biology, and a dash of government conspiracy, then top the whole thing off with corporate greed and you have a recipe for a very good read. No spoilers here - you will need to read the book, and you won't regret it - but the one negative I will offer is I did not like the ending. Oh, yes, it made sense and it worked, considering the rest of the book. Still, I found myself a bit disappointed with the final few pages. Perhaps I am too much of a romantic. Have I piqued your interest? Well, there's only one way to satisfy it - it will be worth it.

  • Arlena
    2019-02-23 08:25

    Author: Robert B. Lowe Published by: Enzo PublicationsAge Recommend: AdultReviewed By: Arlena DeanRating: 5Blog Review For: arlenadean.blogspot.comReview:"Project Moses" by Robert B. Lowe was a very good mystery, romance and thriller read. The novel had my attention from the very beginning to the end. There were times I was laughing and even crying at some point. The story was a very believable and detailed. I found it very easy to keep up with all that was going on and it really moved fast for being a very lengthy novel.This was loaded with plenty of action and definitely a page turner!The main hero Enzo Lee was a heck of a reporter and hookingup with the heroine.... Sarah Armstrong who was a lawyer....and with the rest of the marvelous characters this was some storythat was very well written. This storyline was mainly (Enzo and Sarah)two people who hunted and got hunted,... murders, lots of secrets in the government coverup and still being able to get the truth out before the time ran out for them. Truly, bringing down the CEO (Graylock) of the AgriGenics Co. was really some work."Project Moses" dealt with a science dealing the some gene being divided helping the food number and then this entering into the some technology that would get rid of certain crops and animals."Project Moses" will leave you thinking that this author must had some backgound in law and reporting because he created a well thought out novel and I would defintely recommend to all mystery and thriller readers. I thought it was a excellect read.

  • Shay Williams
    2019-03-19 09:22

    I don't read mysteries but was really in the mood for a good thriller on the day that I picked PROJECT MOSES up. I am really glad that I didn't let the mention of mystery on the cover dissuade me as this book is incredible. Has to be one of the best thrillers that I have read in a long time.Following a slow build up that gives the reader a chance to get to know Lee, there is non-stop action as Lee and Sarah stay one step ahead of a federal agent and other enforcers. To be able to survive they are going to have to build a case against a large and well positioned company. While the action is great and causes this book to be a page turner what caused me to fall in love with it was the characters themselves. Lee thought that he was washed up as an investigative reporter after an earlier mistake but he still has all the instincts needed which keep them alive. Sarah is a good partner for him. She thinks outside of the box and is great when it comes to doing research. There are also some great secondary characters such as police detective who believes in Lee and his reporter buddies.I highly recommend PROJECT MOSES to anyone who enjoys thrillers. This is actually the first novel for Mr. Lowe and I will be keeping an eye out for any further releases. I rate this book a 4.7. ***I received this book at no charge through LibraryThing in exchange for a fair and honest review.

  • Christina (Ensconced in Lit)
    2019-03-12 11:35

    I won this book from librarything member giveaways in exchange for an honest review.Project Moses is a highly imaginative, fast paced thriller about a journalist named Enzo Lee who uncovers a big conspiracy that starts with the bizarre death of a judge. Along the way, he meets the lovely Sarah, who seems to be involved in ways that neither of them anticipate. There are many great things about this book. The surprises keep on coming throughout and kept me interested in the plot. Enzo Lee is a likeable character, and I really enjoyed his apoplectic editor who seemed to be on the verge of having a stroke with every conversation. I could tell that the author probably had some experiences like this in the past; it seemed very real to me. I can't forget Bobbie, the police woman. What a great character. She injected some tension relieving humor but at the same time had an indomitable spirit that stole every scene she was in. I thought that the secrets of this book have been done similarly before, but there were new and interesting twists on an old story. I thought that Lowe dealt with these issues very well.Sometimes I thought that the characters were dwarfed by the magnitude of the plot. Near the end, something terrible happens and I didn't even lose a beat although I think I should have experienced more emotion for such an event. That said, this book is well worth reading and never slows down the pace. A great first book.

  • Cheryl
    2019-03-12 12:15

    Project Moses is one of those don’t. put. it down. I can’t stop reading stories. It’s one of the better books I’ve read all year. I’m pretty sure it’s the only one I’ve given five stars to. It’s really THAT good and I can wait to read more!This multiple murder mystery focuses on genetic re-engineering for agricultural bio weapons. Corporate greed combined with government secrecy will change the world as we know it. It’s a gripping, non-stop action thriller with a touch of romance. Just the sort of book I’d love to see made into a movie!The two main characters, Enzo–a features writer and Sarah–a corporate lawyer related to one of the victims, set out to prove the conspiracy and beat the bad guys. (It was easy for me to relate to Enzo because he’s Italian-Chinese. I’m Irish-Chinese and lived in Italy for four years.) Do they? Well, you’ll have to read it and see for yourself ;)This is my favorite passage from the book. Unfortunately, it reminds me of the relationship with my own family for many years now. Lee understood from his own experience how pain and pride can divide families for a lifetime. He also realized that the scars that grow and enable the wounded to go on can be as fragile as they are necessary. Sometimes they are simply too thin to endure questions, opinions or the acknowledgment that the hurt has cut clean to the core.(Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of the eBook for review purposes.)

  • Christine
    2019-03-08 12:37

    This book was right up my alley. Government conspiracy unraveling with loads of mystery along the way. The ending was superb. Justice brought to all the right characters. The loss of Sarah was certainly a shocker, although I could care less about the romance. I'm always in it for the action and mystery. In a way the fact that Sarah was killed was what made the ending better for me. It wasn't the typical story where two people work together, fall in love, and end up happily ever after when the "job" is done. My two favorite parts were first when Lee, Carr, and Sandaki reveal themselves at the press conference and pretty much slaughter any chance the company has make things right, and secondly, the end where Enzo threatens Sendaki with the rose and ends up delivering it to Hobart. Fantastic! The reason I gave this only 4 stars rather than five was because there were a few times where I wish things would have gone into more detail. The writing was pretty good and the story flowed fairly seamlessly. I understand that this was the first novel by Robert Lowe and I believe that the writing could have been a little more in depth but overall I loved the book and would certainly read anything else that Robert wrote that involved mystery/thriller/crime. This was certainly a page turner for me and kept me at the edge of my seat with all the twists and turns.

  • Mindy
    2019-02-20 08:39

    Think Pelican Brief, Conspiracy Theory, and Outbreak combined into one book. A once burned reported doing a snarky fluff column gets asked to cover a police officer’s death and then a judge’s death. The niece of said judge takes umbrage with his statements about her aunt. While watching her walk across the street outside his office, he sees a van try to run her down. This starts him on a journey that will take him from Coast to Coast, running from everyone from the Rogue government agents down. As the body count rises, so do the stakes. At first, I thought this story would be similar to the Pelican Brief or Outbreak, but this story stands on its own against others in the genre. The tension stretches deliciously from one chapter to the next building to the brilliant climax. My only niggle of problem with the story was that the ending was so tragic. While I appreciate a tragic ending, in this case it seemed like a low blow. I give this story 4 out of 5 clouds. A good read.This product or book may have been distributed for review; this in no way affects my opinions or reviews.

  • Kathy
    2019-03-09 10:31

    This book is an intriguing, fast-paced novel about a young reporter, Enzo Lee, who stumbles upon a huge conspiracy after trying to figure out why a judge and an attorney died. The book starts out at a fast pace and keeps the reader engaged as the characters go through many well written and exciting adventures. The main character, Enzo Lee, is very likeable and someone the reader can easily relate to. The other main characters, to include his love interest Sarah, all play into the plot very well. However, sometimes, the plot becomes so overpowering and huge that it almost overshadows them completely. Still, the plot grabbed me from the start and held my interest to the very end. My only regret is that it ended so tragically, but these things do happen. I am definitely glad I could discover a new, very satisfying and entertaining author and look forward to more of his novels and stories about Enzo Lee. I received this book as a giveaway from Library Thing to read and review.

  • Gemma Wilford
    2019-03-09 12:35

    I loved the introduction to this book and the direction it takes you in, from the intriguing courtroom intro to the deaths and then the investigation that follows. It instantly grabs your attention and already clogs start ticking in your mind; why is that happening? How are things connected? Where is this going to go? A great way to open a book.I liked the use of every other chapter slotted in italics, from some mystery character's point of view, about what's going on somewhere behind the scenes - great little teases dropped in that keeps up the suspense and intrigue into the story. I loved the technique of dropping them in every few chapters to deviate from Enzo Lee's exciting escapade; just as you get swept up in the action, you're pushed back into another character's story and it puts the breaks on the pace and makes you stop and think. Very clever. I really enjoyed this book and I thought the theme of biotechnology conspiracies was a great one to tackle.

  • Quentin Stewart
    2019-02-27 13:36

    A very interesting fast paced read that starts out with the death of a judge and a lawyer involved in a trial that seems of little importance to anyone. As a reported digs deeper into the deaths and other attempts that occur around the case finds a conspiracy that goes much deeper and involves a company that is working in genetic engineering of farm crops. The reported goes on the hunt of what is going on and travels from San Francisco across the country in search of the truth. The characters are well developed and the reader will find themselves rooting for them to come out alright in the end. Although the subject could lead to a lot of technical terms, Lowe does not go into a lot of the science that would turn some readers off. It is a read that is difficult to put down and builds to an exciting climax. Hopefully Mr. Lowe will soon publish more.

  • Sass Cadeaux
    2019-02-24 12:19

    On September 8, 2012, I sat down and opened Project Moses. Talk about a fast pace action thriller that will keep you guessing. Robert’s style of writing is unique; he has talent of hooking you in and never letting you go. From the moment I opened Project Moses, I knew without a doubt that this was the story for me. I love reading thrillers, Project Moses quickly landed on my top five favorite thrillers, and I can’t wait for book two! The characters were relatable, the flow and storyline had me lost for hours on end, and the only disappointing part was when I finished reading Project Moses (on September 9th). It was a story that I never wanted to end, and thankfully, book two will soon be released.

  • Susan Ashcraft
    2019-02-27 06:39

    A great mystery/thriller. Originally from New York, Enzo Lee traveled to San Francisco to revive his journalist career. Now with the San Francisco Times, he is the undisputed King of Fluff. Ordered by his editor to cover the police beat while the regular reporter is out covering a brush fire, Enzo would rather stay with his own feature stories. Suddenly Enzo goes from a fluff feature reporter back into the world of investigative reporting when he looks into the deaths of a judge and a prosecuting attorney.This is a very well written, smooth flowing suspenseful mystery. Very creepy in that this story could actually be written from facts.

  • Angie Boyter
    2019-03-19 08:15

    A cut above the average. An interesting protagonist: a Chinese-Italian-American reporter in San Francisco. Good plot and enjoyable characters, too many of whom get killed. NEAT ending! I picked this up after reading the 3rd book in the series, Megan's Cure, which is better, so maybe Lowe is growing as a writer. Both are technothrillers; I'll have to read #2 now to find out if he continues in this manner!It takes place in 1994 but appears to have been written in 2012, when it was a finalist for a Best Indie Books award.NOTE: Contrary to the listing on the Amazon page, this book is NOT text-to-speech-enabled.

  • Danielle
    2019-03-03 11:10

    An action filled mystry thriller that would appeal to any type of reader. The story is told around Enzo Lee, a reporter who gets pulled into doing a story on some mysterious deaths, and with the help of Sarah Armstrong, the niece of one of the murder victims, uncovers a more sinister finding involving bioterrorism. Lowe weaves a spectacular story with his background in law and his knowledge of news reporting. His characters are highly imaginative, believable, and enjoyable. There is constant action throughout the story which made the book a very quick read. Would highly recommend this book to my friends. P.S. I received this book for free through the giveaway on Librarything.com.

  • Tanja
    2019-03-07 05:11

    Project Moses was a great read. Enzo Lee didn't want the story that landed in his lap, but the reporter in him couldn't let when important people start dying and having accidents, Lee sees connections and starts digging for information. Lee was a well rounded and "whole" character. He was so well written that he could of been a real person I was reading about. The secondary characters added to Lee's belivability. The only character that did t really add to the story was Sarah. Her relationship with Enzo seemed like an after thought. Sarah could have been left out and the book would have been just as good. All in all, Project Moses was a good read and well worth picking a copy.

  • Laura Pepper
    2019-02-17 06:12

    This is a good ol' fashioned mystery that has it all - a great main character, a wonderful setting, a gripping story line, food, sex and adventure. I adored the places Lowe takes us with his story - his descriptions of San Francisco, New York & Arizona make you feel as if you are traveling alongside the characters. It is very apparent that the author uses his background in law and reporting to create a mystery that is well thought-out and complex enough to keep us guessing throughout. I would recommend this book without hesitation and look forward to reading more from Robert Lowe and his amiable protagonist, Enzo Lee!

  • Jacque
    2019-02-23 07:31

    Enzo Lee, a Former investigative reporter who currently writes fluff pieces, is drawn back into darker stories. Two,seemingly random deaths suddenly seem connected and then events begin to spiral. AgriGenics is developing crop diseases to use as terrorism tools. And to eventually be the only source of seed which is resistant their engineered diseases...a scary thought. The ending left a few loose ends and was quite dark, but I did like the final chapter. Overall, this was a good thriller, which definitely piqued my interest right from the start.I received this book from LT member giveaways.

  • Pat
    2019-03-18 06:29

    Unlike several reviewers, I enjoyed the amount of detail Robert B. Lowe provides during the course of the book. It made the story even more believable and the characters more sympathetic. There are plenty of action scenes and convolutions as we follow Enzo Lee through his investigation into biological warfare. If Enzo weren't such a likeable character, Project Moses would be just another thriller. I'm looking forward to reading the next Enzo Lee adventure.I received a complimentary copy of this book in order to review it.