Thursday, November 13, 2008

REVIEW: Red Sea by E. A. Benedek

Red Sea brings the weaknesses in America’s defences to the forefront. A work of fiction, it is taken right from today’s headlines. This book reinforces the danger that lurks just beyond our borders. It shows us how those at the front lines in the war on terror must always be vigilant, and use every asset at their disposal to keep our country safe.

Benedek has woven an intriguing tale of suspense, mixed with a woman’s desire to find out who her father really was. She has secured a spot on the “most wanted list” of today’s best suspense novelists. Well done!

Rated: B+

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