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Atomic Blonde: Ben Hood Thrillers (Volume 13) Paperback – February 13, 2014
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Drew Lindsay is a dynamic Australian Novelist and Writer. He has travelled extensively throughout Australia and the world. His background includes working as a Policeman and detective, then managing his own private investigation business as well as working in Fraud Investigation Management positions within the insurance industry. Drew is a PADI Divemaster and holds a private pilot's license. He has a great love of entertaining others with his vivid imagination. His novels allow the reader to escape into worlds of romance, excitement, humour and fast paced adventure. Drew lives in Sydney with his wife.
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He gets a call from Rod and heads to his house.
Upon arrival and meeting with Rod and Rose he's given another bodyguard assignment. One he doesn't really want.
This one is for an extremely wealthy man. In fact 'stinking rich" doesn't come close to describing the wealth of Errol Jackson.
Seems his Goddaughter is a real PITA and he needs someone to be with her for a couple of weeks. The Goddaughter, Felicity, gets into bar fights, has lovers fighting over her and is, in short, one difficult knockout to look after. Oh and she is a knockout. She's also unstable and has mental problems and is also an expert in nuclear fission.
Since Hood is in his fifties her Godfather thinks he will be better able to handle Felicity. Of course he doesn't tell Ben about her education or mental problems. He just wants her looked after for a couple of weeks.
Of course Felicity isn't interested in having a bodyguard. Especially a man in his fifties. She sets out to prove just how much she isn't interested in having Ben Hood around. Great. Ben thinks he should have stayed in the bush.
So begins one damned fine read.
This one has Al Queda operatives, a nuclear bomb, a threat to Australia to include the deaths of hundreds of thousands, Govt and law enforcment playing catchup and Ben Hood in the middle of the whole mess. A more than capable Ben Hood.
Just one great read. Five stars and then some. Ben rocks.
Take a beautiful nuclear fission expert and some religious fanatics and mix them together with psychological damage and hypnotism and then send Ben Hood to the rescue and you won't be able to put this down. I hope the author, Drew Lindsay, will start the 14th soon.