Freda's Voice. Flip to page 56 or go to 56% on your eReader and share a few lines.
This week's selection comes from The Tin Man by Nina Mason
The 56% tease:
Not only had the targets escaped, they had also ruined his clients custom van – failures for which he would be made to answer. Worst yet he had been bested by a woman- something his male ego refused to allow. Someday he would catch that Kurva and make her pay. No woman was going to make him look foolish.
Alex Buchanan, reporter, finds getting a cup of coffee saves his life as the rest of his team gets assassinated when he visits the coffee shop on a floor below his office and just barely escapes from the killer himself. Forced into a web of conspiracy and lies Alex teams up with Thea, a woman from his past, the woman he calls the ‘ ball buster’. Whilst police look for the killer more and more people in the newspaper world are being murdered and it seems the only person who can help Thea and Buchanan unravel this mystery and stop the murders is Thea’s Grandfather. After finding her grandfathers home empty they receive a mystery phone call off another man from Thea’s past claiming he knows something about her grandfather’s whereabouts and the plot thickens even more. Every person Buchanan and Thea met or spoke to on the telephone kept me wondering if that person was the killer. They find themselves travelling across country hoping to find Theas grandfather alive and well and able to help them find the murderer.
I really enjoyed this book and easily got swept away in all the fast paced action. There is a lot of betrayal, mystery and lies that will keep the reader intrigued. . A real page turner, I started this book one day and finished it the next. I would recommend The Tin Man by Nina Mason to anyone who loves a political thriller with lots of action, murder and a little romance.
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Available formats: ebook and paperback (316 pages)
Published: August 2014 by Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing
Genres: Fiction, Political Thriller, Crime
Read: September 2014
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