- File Size: 1629 KB
- Print Length: 230 pages
- Publisher: Black Opal Books (June 2, 2018)
- Publication Date: June 2, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CVMMRD8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,181,560 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Innocent until proven guilty? Yeah, right.
Accused of being a spy Clayton Turnbull’s life is over as he knows it. But it gets oh so much worse.
There are so many awful characters, no morals or scruples, a what’s in it for me attitude, and corruption and greed run rampant. These characters don’t even deserve to be put in jail, they deserve to be buried under it. There is no level they will not go to keep what’s theirs and cover up the evidence before that pesky reporter, or someone else, exposes them.
As will Lenore Cavanaugh, the reporter that is like a pit full. She will not let anything go.
Margaret and Melissa Turnbull will rise above and beyond anything they could have dreamed about.
I love a good conspiracy mystery and this is one convoluted tale that goes around the world and back again. Politics and greed rear their ugly heads and run full bore after those who threaten to expose them.
I like a book that makes me question things in the real world. I do wonder what percentage of people in the world today believe everything they read in the papers, see on TV and on the internet. Do they get their news from Facebook?
Well…loaded with danger, corruption, government rogues running wild around the world, these amazing characters will rise to levels never anticipated to do the right thing, to protect their own and to take down the bad guys, no matter who they are or how high they rise. And it doesn’t stop until the last page is read. Warning: the ending may require tissues.
I love this quote from Henry Kissinger:
Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean someone isn’t trying to kill you.
Here’s a quote from Melissa to her mother, Margaret:
“God Mom, there’s just No End of Bad.”
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of No End of Bad by Ginny Fite.
The author's writing style creates a story with depth. I love novels that offer readers various viewpoints and character experiences as the chapters change. No End of Bad switches characters and scenes throughout the sections of the book. This format keeps the action moving--and gives readers additional information at times that really creates a full storyline. The author's characters are well-developed and easy for readers to "see" and understand--but, some of the chapter shifts are a bit difficult to transition into and fall in line with the individual character's story of the chapter.
Would I recommend No End of Bad by Ginny Fite? Ginny Fite's No End of Bad is a fast-paced, political thriller that is well balanced and interesting from cover to cover. The storyline is one filled with all-too-real elements of deception, conspiracy and government cover-ups. The author presents the darkness of the world very well--and does it a bit graphically at times. I enjoy her writing style, characters, and her story development--although, it did take me a bit to settle into some of the chapters and switch gears from one character or scene to another at times. I would recommend this novel to fans of political thrillers or government conspiracy novels.
I received a copy of this book from the author or publisher for use in a blog review. All opinions are my own.
At the start of the book, loyal FBI Agent Clay Turnbull is having a quiet lunch in the park when he is stormed by agents, arrested, accused of treason and then quietly killed in a way that looks like a heart attack before he can talk with anyone. We discover he has been quietly looking into a strange pattern of activity and following the trail of crumbs. Is this the reason he is taken out?
His wife and daughter's lives are thrown into turmoil as their idyllic life disappears. They never are allowed to talk to him before he is killed and are surrounded by those who believe their husband/father is a traitor - he must be guilty if it's in the news. When they are pulled out of their home minutes before it blows up, the excitement ramps up to a new level. We follow the wife and daughter's daring escapes as they stay one step ahead of the assassins following them, while those in the government who know something is amiss struggle to not only keep the duo safe, but discover the mystery Turnball was uncovering and bring those responsible for his death to justice.
No End of Bad is a great escape. Well written, with a great story line and exciting pace, it's sure to draw in and keep you reading late into the wee hours.