Underneath the Palms of Rio by Brandon Collier

Published by: Create Space
434 pages

Special Agent Ava Monroe is called in by local law enforcement in Rio de Janerio  to help solve a series of murders committed again Americans. She soon discovers that the authorities operate outside the law and she ends up along with detective Cameron Carter learning their involvement in the case was already planned even before they knew it.

This book was an exciting read, it captures your attention its first sentences and I felt that I was in Rio participating in the action. Very enjoyable book.

Rating: 3 stars

Disclosure: I received a copy of the book from the author.


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