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A Lost Lady (Ben Hood Thrillers Book 8) Kindle Edition
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This one starts with a missing lady. She's the much younger wife of the Austrailian Minister for Foreign Affairs Sir Philip Ashton.
The lady in question, Lara Ashton, has gone missing before but has always come back within a couple of days.
Peta Hartley is a Detective Inspector and is in charge of the squad looking for Lara. No luck so far.
Peta Hartly has twelve years as an LEO and she's one tough lady. A lady who was beaten and shot by her husband. A lady who has no liking for men at all. She's also a black belt in karate. She's one tough bitch.
Superintendent Roger Heise is the Chief of the Federal Police. He's also a good friend of Rodney Reid who's Ben Hood's employer.
Heise has asked Rod to get Ben Hood to come and help investigate the disappearance.
Rod agrees but he also knows he's going to have to talk Ben into it. Its the Christmas season and Ben wants a vacation and isn't keen on any work at this point.
Ben isn't keen on it but Rod talks him into it. Natioinal Security and all that. Ben agrees to go.
Hartly meets him at the airport and its hate on sight on her part.
So begins one damned fine read.
This one has Ben, Peta, a plan to kill many, a kidnapping, a rescue, crocodiles, Ben and Peta getting close, death, betrayal, revenge and Ben Hood getting it done one more time.
Five Stars again.
What can I say? I love these books and recommend each and every one of them. Well worth the cost.