Friday, March 7, 2014


Scorpion by Ken Douglas

The blast ricochets through the plane. A Bomb. Bill Broxton looks to the last row in first class, checks to see if the prime minister is safe. Broxton works for the DEA and his assignment is to protect the Prime Minister of Trinidad from an assassin's bullet.

Prime Minister Ramsingh has been shutting down the Salizar drug cartel's money laundering operations in Trinidad and Trinidadian Attorney General George Chandee, who is secretly working with the drug lords, has hired Scorpion, a professional assassin to take him out.

After a harrowing ride, the pilot lands the plane safely. The Scorpion's first attempt on the prime minister has failed, but he will try again. And Broxton must stop him.

ScorpionScorpion by Ken Douglas
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book was a great thriller. The plot was thick, the storyline full of action. But, the ending was awful! It just stopped. It's not a cliffhanger, it's just an abrupt stop, as if the rest ofthe story was forgotten. I feel that it was a waste to read this! I spent all this time on a thrilling story for there to be no ending, no tie up of it, nothing.

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