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Cross the Styx: And Dance with the Devil

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  • Posted June 10, 2010

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    Who wants James Clayton dead and why?

    Cross the Styx is a well-crafted, fast-paced tale of corporate espionage played out in the global arena. The protagonist, James Clayton is in a fight for his life as he turns to his best friend Bobby John for help to find the man who wants Clayton dead. When Bobby John is kidnapped, Clayton has no choice but to slip into Russia illegally to free his best friend. However, Clayton also has an ulterior motive for being in country; to hunt down Russia's most notorious businessman Boris Sverski on his own turf - the man who wants him dead. This thriller is good mix of high adventure, friendship, and love told by an author who knows his material and his craft.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2010

    Corporate Intrigue! I didn't think my interest would be held but I was pleasantly surprised.

    The story keeps moving at a fine pace. Interesting characters and plot with just the right twists and turns. A good read that I would recommend.

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  • Posted June 5, 2010

    International Intrigue

    Cross the Styx is a fascinating tale of international intrigue, corporate backstabbing, ruthless murder, and passionate romance. Author Ken Ingle brings his characters to life, from the up and coming executive, James Clayton, to the drop-dead gorgeous security specialist, Mandy Lassiter. Their company, E-Cap, is pitted in a life or death struggle with Russian mogul and drug czar, Boris Sverski, who will stop at nothing to expand his fortune and power. The reader will not want to put this book down.

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