Monday, 20 March 2017

Review of thrilling detectivenovel "Ghosts of the Sahara"

Thrilling detective novel set in Morocco: A girl is found dead in Morocco, an heiress disappeared and reporter Kennedy supposed to do an interview with a terrorist. But the terrorist who abducted the girl has a history with Kennedy. He held her hostage too but were they lovers?
The writer had a career in journalism what made the journalism world in the book believable. And the story successfully steers clear of the stereotypes.
The book opens with a scene that reminded me of the movie (and the novel) "The Sheltering sky".
I have never been in the deep south of Morocco so I cannot vouch for the authenticity of the setting, but the book is a joy to read anyways.


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