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The opening of this thriller is truly shocking. A murderous unprovoked attack on a Venezuelan rainforest village, observed and filmed by a young Rachel Boyd in a stunned reportage style lending even greater veracity and impact to the outrage. The narrative never flags, moving between the rainforest, Caracas, London and Oxford, a coalition Government, intelligence organisations, big business, eco-terrorists and globally warmed freak British weather.
Throughout, the reader has the uneasy feeling that he is not being let in on everything, only what others want him to know - its the real world! Brian Woolland has produced a rattling good thriller but at no time does he sacrifice character… Read more