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Thursday, September 17, 2015

To Say Goodbye by David Wiskircher

The first book I read from this author was  A Healing Way .  It is a cathartic angst for pain.   The book provided  a hopeful outlook on love,death, dying and grief.  This is an action adventure book that is nothing like the preceding book.  This book focuses on a strong woman who strives to find her man through political peril and drug corruption. 

Claire Kittredge is the protagonist in this book although Alex Drew becomes a meaningful friend.   The story encompasses current events by addressing corruption in our own government as well as foreign semi-adversaries.  There  is a distinct distrust of bureaucracy leavened with a good helping of cynicism or a fatal realism, it is difficult to know.

There is plenty of action, some violence but not overwhelming to the plot.

I recommend this book.  

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