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Publisher Description

A former American spy in hiding and his former CIA handler find themselves on the run in Europe after they unearth shocking top-secret information. Against a backdrop of paranoia, late night whistle blowing and high-level back stabbing, Steve Haberman's latest thriller, Darkness and Blood, is the sequel to The Killing Ploy. Sometimes being overly suspicious can keep you alive.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2018
April 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
294
Pages
PUBLISHER
Steve Haberman
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
395.1
KB

Customer Reviews

Carol M Smith ,

Steve Haberman’s Darkness and Blood

Darkness and Blood grips you from the start!!!
The story intensified until the very end of the
book with a surprise ending.
Tension, intrigue, drama, suspense with thrills,
chills and plenty of twists and turns is heightened
to mountainous proportions keeping the reader
on the edge of their seat.
We travel from the United States to England,
Paris, then back to the United States.
The scenery, smells, noises, dust and fear are
communicated so vividly and detailed, the reader
travels with and experience what the characters do.
You feel as if you are there.
Pablo de Silvia is an ex-CIA agent in hiding. He is
awaken from a nightmare when he hears a noise.
Turns out his former handler in the CIA, Stuart
Bishop had found him. The purpose is to enlist
Pablo in the quest to discover who killed a former
agent friend, why plus find what the information
the deceased must have discovered.
The story will chill and haunt you as you help
uncover the top secret information that was
sent to the dead man.
The international cover-up is explosive and
everyone is trying to discover where the deceased
hid the information before an international event
explodes in their faces.
The characters are cleverly crafted, well defined,
interesting and intriguing working with a life and
death plot where reality leaves each one struggling
to survive.
I volunteered to read Darkness and Blood. Thanks
to Facebook’s Cozy Review Crew for the opportunity.
My opinion is my own.

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