vanishing people, murders, buildings blowing up and two women thrown together after their husbands are killed. Lots of intrigue. I could not put this book down
This was a very good story and a very quick read.
Sidney Seldon is once again sharing a great mystery. Good read!
I liked this book because it wasn't your everyday mystery. The reasoning behind the disappearances was something a bit different.
There were a few things I didn't like about the book. One being that I was about to put it down when it really started getting interesting. I was close to 100 pages through it; however, towards the end there are a lot of nice twists and turns. Another think I didn't like about this book is how often the word eclectic was used. This isn't an every day word, especially in a murder mystery, so it jumped out of the pages a bit more than another word might have. It turned out to be a pretty good book, but not one that I would enjoy reading again and again. All in all I would give it a 3 -3 Â½.
In four cities across the world, four people die violently and mysteriously. The dead share a single crucial link: each was connected to an all-powerful environmental think tank. Two of the victims' widows -- accomplished artist Diane Stevens and international supermodel Kelly Harris -- may hold the key to their husbands' demise. Terrified for their lives, suspicious of each other, and armed only with their own wits and guile, they must join forces in a nightmare cycle of hunt-and-kill. At stake is the shattering truth about the tragedies that robbed them of the men they loved ... and about an awesome conspiracy whose ultimate target is as big as the earth and as close as the air we breathe.