By: LM Pampuro
Genre: Thriller / Mystery
Published: March 1st, 2021
Harlot Grace, the brains behind the street drug Gray Death, has escaped from the hospital.
Brendan Curry's tour bus is missing. Curry's
father is the lead prosecutor on Harlot's case.
Special Agent Alia Price needs to find both – one for justice, the other to save his life.
With help from a Rockstar and his caravan, Price goes on an undercover journey that takes her from a major music festival to deep within a
Will she reach both in time?
The continuation of the earlier released Harlot's grace, Harlot's fire brings a strong female lead to the spotlight.
This was an action-packed thrill ride that I got sucked into right away. The opening had me right away, kicking it off with action and never really stopping. Before I know it, I was at the end and wanting more.
This book was a little different than my regular thrillers, but I'm glad I took a chance. Packed with a strong female MC and complex supporting characters, this book damn near had it all. I will say that I sometimes got pulled out, as I felt the transitions could have been smoother, but other than that, this is a sold read.
As this type of book can get easily spoiled, I will leave you here with my super high recommendation and stamp of approval that you will get trapped by this intriguing thriller. You will not be able to put this book down until all the mysteries are uncovered. It's a doozy. Get ready for pure awesomeness.
“I should have one of those.”
“One of what?” Alia’s attention went to her right. Sweat ran in all directions on the young man’s body. His hair wet and stringy slid down an overtly thin and bony physique. “One of what?” he repeated. In his hand rested a beautiful mahogany base guitar. Alia pointed to the man talking into the recorder. He added, “The dude or the phone?”
“What phone?” Alia squinted for a better look. “Damn.”
“All the aliens have them.” Now the guy smiled. His teeth had something green, possibly kale, nestled in between. Alia returned a toothless smile and nod. “I’m honest, you see. Some of us are aliens, and some, like you, are not.”
“Aren’t you the bass player for The Flying Monkeys?” Alia said, trying to change the subject.
“I am the cosmic traveler for the monkeys. Here on earth, they call me Marv.” Marv extended his hand to shake.
L.M. Pampuro is the author of eight novels: Dancing With Faith, Maximum Mayhem, The Perfect Pitch, Passenger, Uncle Neddy’s Funeral, Maximum Trouble, Harlot’s grace, and Harlot’s fire. (All available at your independent bookseller, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon.com)
She is an avid skier, loves dancing to live music and possesses a warped sense of humour.
For more information, please visit www.pampuro.com
For release updates and live music photographs, please visit Instagram.