Dark Return

Leine Basso Thriller Series, Book 7
Narrated by: Kristi Alsip
Series: Leine Basso, Book 7
Length: 7 hrs and 24 mins

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A former assassin battling her demons. A sinister enemy determined to destroy her. A wily street kid caught in the middle.

Former assassin Leine Basso is fresh off an assignment rescuing an American teenager from a terrorist group in Libya, when she thwarts the murder of a street kid in Tripoli. Leine agrees to help the girl, but she must first visit a refugee camp to uncover the reason behind a rash of mysterious abductions.

Leaving the camp, Leine comes under a surprise attack, but only a handful of people knew her true mission. The more she discovers about the abductions, the more of a target she becomes, forcing her to revisit a dark and violent past she thought she'd left behind. But it's easy...too easy to fall back into her old ways. And that could get her killed. 

Will Leine be able to survive a dark return?

If you like gritty, fast-paced, can't-put-it-down thrillers with an action-packed story ripped from the headlines, then you'll love Dark Return.

©2018 D.V. Berkom (P)2020 D.V. Berkom

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  • Julie
  • 03-22-20

Keep Leine returning because she is brilliant

Oh wow!!!!! I read this when the book first came out and I enjoyed it then, so I just had to get the audio version. So glad I did there is not many authors that can continually improve with each book but D.V is just one of those authors because each book is better than the last and this book was even better than I remembered. I love Leine, she is such a great character with a real sense of right and wrong so you know you are going to get plenty of action, along with very strong plot line that makes you think. All you can do is sit back enjoy the ride and hope the characters you like make it to the end of the book. Whoo-hoo can't wait for the next book and well worth the cost of a credit.
After safely returning a young girl to her family Leine is tasked with going undercover in a refugee camp as a reporter to find out why orphaned children are going missing. Before she gets there she befriends a young street kid called Jinn after saving her life when she stops two thugs from killing her. Agreeing to help her Leine takes her with her to the camp to find her missing mother. Not everything and everyone is what they seem at the camp and when leaving the camp Leine is attacked and hurt. She gets help by an unexpected source but by doing so she puts everybody in danger. This is more than just missing children someone wants them for a reason and when things with a previously rescued child turns deadly Leine might just have to go it alone in order to keep everyone safe. The problem is someone knows about Jinn
I really like the narrator and think she helps to bring the characters to life by giving each character there own voice.