Book: Death in Rio (A Tale of Murder Book 2) by E. Bamfordcategories: Book, Mystery, Murder, Crime, Detective, Women Heroines, Corruption, Women in Jeopardy, Women Sleuths, Suspense Thriller
E. Bamfordabout this book: This story is about the disparity between the rich and poor. The people who live in opulence and the people who live in shanty towns and in particular about the abandoned children who live on the streets.
The idea came to me after watching a documentary about such children. After researching the subject I decided to base my thriller around the city of Rio in Brazil the exciting and glamorous carnival city of the world.
My story begins with the unexpected death of Julie, my heroine's cousin. Suspecting that Julie's death was not an accident Kate Berrisford travels to Rio where she is drawn into a maelstrom of indifference, conspiracy, murder and squalor and it is there she learns that human life is of little value and her own chances of survival are negligible.
With Rio de Janeiro hosting the Olympic games in 2016 I can only hope that the authorities will attempt to address the plight of the people who live in these shanty-towns.
I do hope you will enjoy reading my story as much as I enjoyed writing it.
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