I always have mixed feelings with the Private series of books, which have taken the reader all over the world from LA to London via Berlin & Australia. Every time we go to a new location, we are introduced (with the exception of Jack Morgan) to a new series of characters who are often never to be seen again.
This is different to the Private series based in America where the reader is reintroduced to previous characters and this often leads to better stories. It is pleasing to report that this is certainly the case with Private LA,
In this case, the authors have successfully created a story full of tension and suspense with bucket loads of bad guys that are wreaking havoc and mayhem.
The plot is simple, but effective, with enough twists and turns to please the reader. Put simply, it is a good summer time read that doesn't tax the brain too much.
Just what I needed during this hot weather!