I almost gave this book 5 stars and would have given it 4.5 stars if it were an option. This story allows oneself to imagine flitting around Europe hobnobbing with the rich and then returning to Tulsa, Oklahoma and driving the dusty back roads of small-town USA. The story involves Saudi oil-rich sheiks, native Cherokees, Chechen mercenaries, and hometown American characters...I enjoyed reading this exciting story and was fully involved in the build-up to the final conclusion.
--John Buissink on Goodreads
From the Author
Much of STRIKE PRICE is set in Oklahoma, a state with a rich history and depth of culture that encompasses the forced relocation of several Native American tribes, the discovery of oil, the Dust Bowl, and the Murrah bombing.
The oil market is global one. Conflicts, whether fictional or real, are always high-stakes. Readers will experience scenes set in Washington, London, Paris, and Florence, as well as gain reference to the current vast changes in the US oil industry.