Saturday, April 10, 2010

Book Review of 'The Organ Grinder' by Sara Curran-Ross


The Organ Grinder by Sara Curran-Ross was published in 2009 by CreateSpace.com and is available for purchase from http://www.amazon.com/
When award-winning journalist Rebecca Eaton heads into a troubled, third-world country to interview a Human Rights activist, she is captured and tortured by rebels and ends up at the border missing her memory and one kidney. Rebecca's life is again threatened as she lies in her hospital bed. But this time, Rebecca's employer sends Dominic Kane and his group of security experts to the rescue. Being former lovers, Rebecca and Dominic are well acquainted but even though Rebecca has lost her memory, she still feels a great sense of safety when he is around.
Now Dominic, Rebecca and the small force of men are in a running battle to protect the earth-shattering secrets that were divulged to Rebecca, and also to protect her life.
Sara Curran-Ross has brilliantly written a story of international intrigue, murder and mayhem in a war torn, third-world country. Curran-Ross has clearly depicted the characters' emotions and aptly described the war-torn region she writes about. The Organ Grinder is an action-packed ride into the world of black market organ collection and will leave you shivering in your shoes.
Well-written and exciting, I am giving The Organ Grinder a 4-spider rating and recommending that you put this great novel on your 'must read' list!
DJ Weaver

2 comments:

Clarence Carlyle said...

Nicely reviewed. Came to your site while looking for reviews on the books that we are looking forward to keep in our office library.

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Clarence

DJ Weaver said...

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