A Review of Dangerous Alliance by Randall Krzak

I have just finished reading the book below. Thoroughly enjoyable. Read my review below.

 

Dangerous Alliance by Randall Krzak
Dangerous Alliance
by

Randall Krzak (Goodreads Author)

The story is set in present day North Korea, Somalia and London. It tells of how an alliance is made between North Korea and Somali pirates. Of course, everyone cheats everyone else, and to add to the intrigue, the Somali pirates kidnap an important personage who is working in a refugee camp.
An undercover group, working for MI6 (or is it 5, I forget) is sent to both rescue the prisoner and to capture the pirates.
Of course, there is the North Korean ambassador, being forced, under threat, to bring about the trade between his country and the pirates.
Randall Krzak is an accomplished writer, and tells the story with authority. He brings the places and characters to life. His prose is excellent.
There is a twist at the end, when some of the relationships of the people are brought to light.
The story is full of action, and keeps you turning the page.
An brilliant read. I have no problem with giving it 5 stars.
Please feel free to leave a comment.

3 thoughts on “A Review of Dangerous Alliance by Randall Krzak”

  1. Good review as you set the plot but do not make a summary which so many “reviewers” think they are supposed to do. It perked the interest of a reader that enjoys the adventure/thriller genre and includes a brief note on author style. Just enough and succinct.

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    1. Thank you, Carl. I’m very aware of trying not to give away too much of the plot. As a writer myself, I don’t want that to happen to my books. Just enough to whet the appetite.

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