Monday, March 11, 2013

The Andalucian Friend by Alexander Soderberg

I begin work today with The Andalucian Friend by Alexander Soderberg. A lot of the blurbs and jacket covers say this novel is comparable to The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo meets the Sopranos. I'm not sure how true this is since I haven't actually seen one episode of the Sopranos nor did I find anything so amazing about The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. It was an all right novel but I'm guessing because of this novel's location, it automatically may fall under that category. We'll see... Let's Read!

Synopsis: An explosive debut thriller about a woman--a single mother and nurse—who becomes the pawn of two warring international crime syndicates.

Sophie Brinkmann had no idea her former patient was an international crime lord. Hector Guzman had a Latin charm and easy smile she couldn't deny, so she agreed to a date...

Jens Vall is in Paraguay facilitating a delivery of very dangerous weapons when he's attacked by angry Russians. They think he stole their drugs...

Lars Vinge is a beat cop with a nasty drug habit he thought he kicked. He's given an important assignment that soon turns into deadly obsession...

All of their paths will collide in this turbo-charged, action-packed, highly sophisticated debut thriller that will set the world on fire.

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