Thursday, August 11, 2011

Conspiracy in Kiev by Noel Hynd

Conspiracy in Kiev by Noel Hynd was a book that intrigued me. I was initially drawn to it after having been to Eastern Europe. But as I started reading the book, I was drawn into the suspense and action of it. Alex LaDuca works for the US Treasury and is sent to the Ukraine to keep an eye on Ukrainian Yuri Federov while the US President was in the Ukraine on a political visit. Federov owes the US about ten million in personal taxes as well as owing corporate taxes and having a criminal history. Considered as one of the most dangerous men in the world, Federov was LaDuca’s assignment. In the midst of murders in several countries, will LaDuca be able to babysit Federov without getting killed herself? 
Conspiracy in Kiev is the first book in The Russian Trilogy (Midnight in Madrid and Countdown in Cairo are books two and three respectively). I am excited to read books two and three in the coming days.
I received this book free from Zondervan for the purpose of this review.

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