Benny's wife has been kidnapped.
Benny is a rich man but he won't be paying a ransom.
Instead, he sends his mistress to a tropical island, as security...
In case the wife comes back.
The Security is a fast-paced, action-filled psychological thriller told from the viewpoint of the mistress as she becomes a pawn in a game between husbands and wives, government agencies, and one determined serial killer. With plenty of twists and surprise revelations, the story races along to an unexpected conclusion.
Praise: -Reviewed By Viga Boland for Readers' Favorite
"The Security by Robert J. Morrow is a rush in every way. Once you start reading it, if you can put it down, you'll be rushing back to it first chance you get. If you love wealthy lifestyles, exotic venues, and glamorous people, you'll get a rush from reading about Natalie, a very rich man's mistress; Emma, the rich man's showcase wife; and Drew, who is connected to both in a way you won't expect, along with how and where they all hook up. And if you get a rush from sinister, cruel, deranged killer kidnappers who resurface just when you think they're dead, well, like I said, you're in for a real rush when you read this psychological thriller.
Most of the action takes place on fancy boats and tropical islands, all excellently described by the author. Don't be surprised if you find yourself wishing you could join Natalie for a cocktail with one of those colorful plastic umbrellas in it while you take in beautiful views of lush greenery and the sparkling ocean. But you really wouldn't want to be there...at least not under the circumstances in which Natalie ultimately finds herself: a prisoner and pawn in a greedy, evil game that ultimately involves both the FBI and the CIA. Between the picturesque settings, the intriguing characters, the various unscrupulous motivations and more unexpected twists - especially at the end - than one usually gets in thrillers, Robert Morrow has crafted an absorbing story that borders on unbelievable but yet is entirely possible. Enjoy the rush!"
|Publisher:||Robert J. Morrow|
|File size:||440 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Robert spent four decades in marketing, advertising, journalism, fitness, and real estate, working with some of the country's industry leaders as clients. He is a Taekwondo, Kickboxing, and Pilates instructor and has hosted the Canadian National TKD team. He is now a full-time author, writing non-fiction regularly as well as the second in the Tales of the Artichoke Hart series, starring former CIA trainer turned chef, Artichoke Hart. Robert lives in Southern Ontario.