- File Size: 1701 KB
- Print Length: 293 pages
- Publisher: Mike Wells Books (October 14, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 14, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01IJAR0L4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,150 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lust, Money & Murder, Book 9 - Escape from Sudan (Free Book 1) (Lust, Money & Murder Series) Kindle Edition
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As some of you already know, Lust, Money & Murder is one of my favourite series and, even though I’ve taken a break from it for a few months, here I am writing a review for the ninth book, which is entitled Escape from Sudan.
Elaine Brogan reveals her true identity to Stanley Ketchum, but the former-CIA agent doesn’t believe that the pretty blond is a U.S. Secret Service agent, but ‘some gold digger who was working with Raj to get her hands on the diamond mine”. (Loc. 456-457) Therefore, in order to push the mission forward, Elaine must convince Stan to cooperate and she hopes that he will not inform Raj about her (and Luna’s) unofficial investigation on Malik and his illegal smuggling. Will Ketchum’s conditions change the initial plan? How Cattoretti will react? Caught between Cattoretti’s plan and the investigation, Elaine Brogan must also cope with the frequent attacks from the Janjaweed warriors, who constantly follow them.
Meanwhile, back in Tangier, Nick LaGrange has problems of his own: from questioning his wife’s relationship with Cattoretti, finding out the truth about Isabella, to being held prisoner by some Ukrainian gangsters. What’s real and what isn’t? How will Nick manage to escape and what other risky missions will he have to go on?
This book was an emotional roller-coaster for me, because some plans change, others almost fall apart due to dangerous situations, mistrust or new information, which took me by surprise as if they punched me in the face. This novel is one of the bloodiest of the entire series and almost everyone gets shot or hurt at least once. I was shocked, I was surprised, sometimes even disgusted, but I laughed when a character or a scene was funny and I rooted for Elaine and Nick to escape from the life-threatening situations they were into. You never know how things will end even when you’re inches away from finishing the book.
Blood diamonds holds it all together.
I tried to add a review from Zgoodreads but it never appeared. Goodreads has many software problems so if you write a review then do it from Amazon or BN site.