Bullet in the Blue Sky by Bill Larkin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Terrorism is a very big issue currently along with global warming and other environmental problems, this novel expertly ties it all together in a fast paced thriller with all the usual elements of corruption, greed, revenge and so on. A massive earthquake hits Los Angeles and small team of police detectives are tasked to find another detective Gavin Shaw. This seems straight forward however the team have to ignore their instincts and not stop on the way to help others caught in the devastation. The author paints a realistic but scary picture of pain and suffering which is only superseded by the violence of the gangs trying to exercise their authority. The story continues to reveal some very interesting twists and surprises ending with a very exciting conclusion. This is an extremely easy read and entertaining from start to finish. I read this on holiday on a sunbed, I thoroughly recommend it.
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