Return to Darkness

Return to Darkness

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by Anthony Joseph Sacco Sr
     
 

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2006 proves to be a deadly year for journalists and dissenters in the Russian Federation. Hard-hitting investigative reporter Mara Belovskaya was shot and killed in the lobby of her apartment building. Her friend, Russian defector Karol Malenkov, was poisoned in a London sushi bar while investigating her murder. Evidence points to the Russian government.

Mara

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2006 proves to be a deadly year for journalists and dissenters in the Russian Federation. Hard-hitting investigative reporter Mara Belovskaya was shot and killed in the lobby of her apartment building. Her friend, Russian defector Karol Malenkov, was poisoned in a London sushi bar while investigating her murder. Evidence points to the Russian government.

Mara has left behind a computer disk containing damaging information for Russia. When a list of double agents also surfaces, the FBI hires Private Investigator, Matt Dawson to find and retrieve the computer disk and the list before they fall into the wrong hands.

There are very powerful people with dubious motives who also want to take possession of the CD and the list. Unfortunately, they all know that the only person standing in their way is Matt Dawson.

Return to Darkness, is the third book in the Matt Dawson series about a disbarred lawyer turned private investigator, whose exciting adventures take him to exotic, far-away places.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781449739263
Publisher:
Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date:
04/03/2012
Pages:
440
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.89(d)

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Return To Darkness 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Phrank More than 1 year ago
Return to Darkness was a great read. Couldn't put it down, a real "page turner". It is a "reality based" spy novel with lots of politics, conspiracy and "insider stuff". It is credible and it feels like you are there with Matt Dawson as the tale unfolds. The use of “time line subchapters with locations” is something I have never seen before but it worked extremely well for this novel; made it much easier to follow a fairly complex story. Also liked the inclusion of detailed outlines of military equipment (Sig Arms Sig Pro 2340 .40 caliber automatic, Gulfstream C37A military jet powered by Rolls-Royce BR710A1-10 turbofan engines, Russian T90, etc., etc.); these added just the right touch of realism. The author did a good job of researching real events, organizations and international locations and including them in the plot line. Real political figures and media are also interspersed throughout the novel (Fox News, Ann Coulter, etc., etc.,) This is not primarily a morality tale but the psychology and religious feelings of the characters are well developed and useful in the telling of the story. The people are, in other words, very interesting participants in the tale. Highly recommended!
AllAmericanBoy More than 1 year ago
A well written story with plenty of action.The hero is a decent man,but with some flaws.The characters are interesting and believable.Many of the settings take place out of the USA to explore new geography and different cultures.Importantly,the story presents a moral side of how actions affect the doer and those acted upon.Nothing gets wrapped in a neat package and the plot shows the many ramifications of people's thoughts and actions. An easy read for fans of the international world of intrigue.