Book Review: Dark Art - A Sam Duncan Thriller (The Angels' Share series) by Mac Logan
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Mac Loganabout this book: FEAR MAKES KILLERS OF THEM ALL
An assassin walks into an upmarket restaurant in the City. Within seconds, a senior banker lies dead. Shortly after, the Chair of BIZZ is also shot, deemed an unreliable member of the team. The European hierarchy of BIZZ is tying up loose ends.
DarkArt starts where The Angels' Share (first in the series) leaves off. The investigation leads into Europe, the USA and beyond, where Sam is joined by an energized Eilidh. Together they search for a lost dossier that will make all the difference to their crusade.
Sam Duncan and Tonka plunge back into a lethal escalation of the battle against organised corruption, hounding BIZZ; a monstrous global confederacy of business, criminals, bankers, officials and politicians.
BIZZ watches, a deadly spider in a self-serving web, ready to obstruct and murder at will. The scale of its power becomes clear.
Just how will Sam juggle a dangerous mission and the protection of his sister? In a wild final confrontation, he's going to find out...
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Need a good book? This is itIf you read The Angels' Share and were wondering what happened next, this is your chance to find out. Dark Art picks up where The Angels' Share left off, and even if you haven't read Book 1, there are enough gentle reminders(without being tedious and overbearing) to keep you right. This is another exciting read from Mac Logan, full of twists and turns, and a fair amount of black humour. Credible violence and the odd car chase all add to the race-to-the-line denouement. Roll on the next instalment! [by FG Winskill]
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