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A shrewd investigator and an expert marksman, Special Agent Alexandra LaDuca can handle any case the FBI gives her. Or can she? Connecting the dots between an assassination attempt in Ukraine, a murder in Paris, and a brutal attack on a remote village in South America takes Alex on a dangerous puzzle-solving, soul-searching journey that changes her forever.

©2009 Zondervan; 2008 Noel Hynd

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  • Christine
  • Rock Hill, SC, United States
  • 11-03-10

Conspiracy in Kiev

This book turned out to be very boring. Almost no dialogue. Just a narrator going on and on. Every now and then a little dialogue. I quit probably around chapter four. I may try it again I don't know.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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ok

Sometimes between the religion and beautiful people there is a story. For the price I think it is worth it for the price.

6 of 11 people found this review helpful

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  • enna
  • hartsville, SC, United States
  • 01-13-11

Interesting

This book is NOT for stupid people. This should say it all!
I recommend it to those who wants to know what REAL world is like and for those who used to live in post Soviet Union countries or who the curious ones.

2 of 4 people found this review helpful

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  • Julian Summer
  • 04-09-10

Drivel

This one of the worst books I have ever read/listened to. I hardly know where to start. It is incredibly anti-Russian biased, which could possibly be a valid point of view if it wasnt expressed out of an ignorant americo-centric myopia. Any European would find this booktrite, badly written and annoying.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful