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  • Great mystery in the Jungle was very descriptive.

    I have been waiting a long time for a new Thomas Prescott novel from Nick Pirog because I loved the four previous novels. The new novel, “Jungle Up” was very welcome and, once again, I was intrigued and totally involved in reading this story. Nick has very gifted proficency of telling a story that grabs your attention throughout and his description and education of the dense rainforest and insects and animals therein was brilliant. The story begins with Dr Gina Brady, who had worked in infectious diseases with the WHO while removing a second tuberculosis outbreak in Tibiono Village in Bolivia. After she had finished working for the WHO and living in the village, she is abducted and is taken deep into the rainforest. She manages to send off a text from a stolen satellite phone to her former lover, Thomas Prescott, an ex-FBI agent and homicide detective, asking him for his help. Thomas, of course, who still has feelings for Gina, does everything in his power to get to Africa, by fair means or foul and with great expertise. The characters in the book are very well described so that you believe they are genuine, including the drug-traffickers and African tribesmen and the money-hungry pharmaceuticals. The scientific story was really well thought out and Nick’s research was spot-on. I love the way Nick Pirog writes a fast-paced story with lots of twists and turns and his stories contain a certain amount of humour so you can relieve yourself from the gory bits. I can recommend this book and cannot wait for the next one.

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  • I loved it!

    Thomas is back in another multiple thrilled adventure and this time it is in South America. We meet some new favourite characters, a cute animal friend, meanwhile finding our way through the exciting twists and turns of the story. The humour which always is a part of life with Thomas, the main character, is really entertainment supreme!.

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