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Midas - Conspiracies abound in this novel, which starts off with a suicide bombing at a restaurant in a Long Island beach town. This is then followed by a plane crash. The sheriff, Jimmy Leggett believes these two events are linked. Leggett starts an investigation, which leads him to Islamic terrorists and members of the US government. This novel was a complete disappointment. It is overloaded with the writer's political agenda, silly conspiracies and plot lines that don't make any sense. There was virtually nothing credible in this novel. It was not particularly well written, and all together forgettable. This is the first novel I've read from Russell Andrews, and I don't plan on reading any of his novels again. This is one to skip, unless you like your conspiracies to be utterly unbelievable and your plot to move into oblivion.
Carl Alves - author of Blood Street