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Thursday, 10 May 2012

The Dead Sea Deception by Adam Blake

Kennedy is a cop who is suspended from the armed response team and therefore on attachment, but not only that due to her telling the truth two of her previous team will be sacked, therefore Kennedy is not liked by the other detectives.

Tillman was a double glazing sales man before his family mysteriously disappeared without trace; he joined the army, and then became a mercenary. 13 years on and he is still searching for Rebecca his wife.

Both damaged souls who will end up on the same quest but for different reasons, her for redemption, him for answers.  Add into this a plane crash in Arizona, several murders and mysterious melanin deficient people who are incredibly apt with a sica blade and you have yourself an adventure.  

Adam Blake is a master story teller, and this book is like a hybrid of Dan Browns The Da Vinci Code and Andy McNab’s The Grey Man, making a page turning jolly good read.

If you like your books to be a bit like onions, giving you lots of layers to peel back, and you are able to keep in perspective the fact it is a story and not fact, this book is for you.

This really is a book that should not be judged by its cover or strapline, it has been under-rated and if more people gave it a chance I could really see this being a bestseller.

The Commuting Bookworm 09/12/11

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