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    Action packed dangerous mission

    Constant action in this thriller. Leine Brasso, a former assassin, now works for SHEN. SHEN is an organization the works to free children from human trafficking. Lenine ends up going to Tripoli. She runs into a street smart kid, Jinn, she offers to help find her family. There are dangerous human traffickers that will kill to keep their business. A refugee camp for children is supposed to keep them safe, but there in underling danger there.
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    You won't be disappointed

    Once again, D V Berkom writes a brilliant, fast-paced, thrilling read with a very strong female lead character in Leine Basso but she is not the star of the book in my humble opinion ... that would be Jinn, the little streetwise girl Leine saves from being murdered. What a star she is and I was as much enthralled by her story as I was with Leine's. This book has it all ... action, murder, double-crossing, human trafficking, terrorism, espionage, intrigue, surprises, tension ... you name it, it's got it and all wrapped up in a well-written, fast-paced story that is not beyond the realms of possibility. This is part of a series but, I feel, holds up extremely well as a stand-alone. There are recurring characters but the author has the ability to provide just enough information so you don't get lost but not so much that it detracts from the current story. I received a copy of this book direct from the author which in no way influenced my review in any way shape or form and I would happily recommend this and any of D V Berkom's books especially if you are fed up with the usual male lead characters that most books of this genre seem to have ... you won't be disappointed.

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