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The Medinandi License (Trace Brandon Book 4) by [Reneau, Randall]
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About the Author

Randall Reneau is the author of five previous novels, including Diamond Fields, a Royal Dragonfly Book Awards grand prize winner, and Deadly Lode, a Richard Boes Memorial Award winner. He is also a two-time winner of the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award. A former international geologist and Vietnam veteran, he lives with his wife, Lynne, in Austin, Texas.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4080 KB
  • Print Length: 318 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1511956496
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: CreateSpace (30 April 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01F17JJ94
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #779,918 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I had not previously read any of the Trace Brandon novels before, but the synopsis for The Medinandi License, really drew me in, and since the Kindle price was so reasonable, I thought i would give it a go. I'm so glad I took a chance on an author I was unaware of, as I have discovered a thriller writter, who is both unique, current and compelling. The novel follows geologist Trace Brandon, who is not having the best of luck during his short time in Mali. But, it is abu to get a whole lot worse, when his friend is kidnapped by terrorist group, Al Qeada. A ransom demand soon arives, but it seems an almost impossible ask. That leaves shady illegal activities as Trace's only option, but the further on the wrong side of the law he goes, the more dangerous it becomes. Will it all end with both Trace and Gordon six feet under? You will have to read to find out.

I urge fans of the thriller genre to try give The Medinandi License a read. You cetainly wont be affected by not reading the previous Trace Brandon books, as the plot and characters are so well-rounded and well-written. Full of excitement, tension and intrigue, this book is a bit of a gem.
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This is the fourth novel featuring geologist Trace Brandon, but it really isn't essential to have read the other three to find plenty of things to like about his fourth instalment, The Medinandi License. The characters were very believable and many of them were rather compelling too, such as the good 'bad guy', the international arms dealer, who will sell you weapons if you have the money, but also has a real helpful nature. That sort of well-rounded character was something I really enjoyed about Reneau's novel. People and situations are rarely black or white, there are always shades of grey, something Reneau captured so well.

Sometimes a good man will have to do something against the law to help someone they care about. Just like Trace has to, when his good friend is captured by terrorists and the demanded ransom is hard to come by. What follows is thrilling, frightening and so exciting that, staying up late to finish this one, was my only option.
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The Medinandi License is a compelling and gritty action novel, with plenty of drama, heartbreak, and breathtaking moments. Randall Reneau is not your average action novelists. He has created a plot that is totally unpredictable that carries the reader on a twisting journey that keeps you guessing right up until its conclusion. His likeable protagonist, Trace Brandon is a geologist working on a digging project in Mali. He has only been there two months, but has already fell completely in love. However, it isn't all smooth sailing...Mali is a nation in political conflict, and there are many who do not want a Western digging operation. So it is no surprise that there are not many willing to help when his friend Gordon is taken by terrorists. It's a desperate situation, which I really felt through the dramatic descriptions, and once I got into the story, there was no way I could put it down.
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This novel is full of combat and action, with Trace Brandon in the center. As a geologist it wouldn’t seem he would collect such powerful enemies, but he has also made just as many influential friends. The Medinandi License is the fourth book in the Trace Brandon series. His friend Gordon Watson gets kidnapped, his equipment gets blown up or stolen, and he is shot at several times he flies in one of “Little Babba’s” planes.
The Dark Continent has many unique dangers. There is uprisings in politics, there is fanatical groups wishing to take hold of areas, there are tribe groups with their own rights and rituals. When outsiders come in to mine the riches of the land, everyone either takes advantage or tries to hinder the process. Trace is unable to save his friend Gordon, but he is able to move on from the death of his fiancée, Dominic.
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