Monday, 17 April 2017

Angel Faces

What happens when a government or an organisation wants a job done, but dare not have its name associated with the mission in question?

This is where Vendicare comes into its own.

Vendicare is a totally independent and highly secretive private contractor that takes on jobs that governments or organisations need to have done, yet dare not have any traceable involvement in.

The world is full of dirty situations and it is Vendicare to whom they turn to have those situations cleaned up.

Vendicare is owned and operated by billionaire Vincent Natalie, at its disposal are highly trained staff who have a full range of the world's most sophisticated military hardware.

Angel Faces is their latest mission.

They find themselves in Africa where they must deal with ruthless and heartless terrorists. However, having had it their own way for far too long, the terrorists now face the deadly force of Vendicare.

The novel starts at a run and never drops below the speed of a decent trot.

Although author Scott Vincent is obvious very well up on military and technological matters, he uses these sparingly and intelligently throughout the story. They are included not to allow the author to show off his research skills but rather to help propel the story along, often at breakneck speed.

From African pirates to international politics and terrorist groups this novel redefines the word thriller in a most excellent way.

I'll not give the plot away, but I will say that if yo are a lover of high octane thrillers, then this is the book for you.

I sincerely hope that this is the first in what will prove to be a very long series of books about Vendicare. And if there is any justice in the world, this series will make it ot the silver screen, soon.

It's published by Matador at £9.99 and you can order it at the that's Books Bookshop, which you will find here

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