Friday, December 13, 2013

Book Sneeze- Payback in Panama By Noel Hynd

Noel Hynd has millions of books in print from decades of writing. Payback in Panama is the final book in Noel Hynd’s Cuban Trilogy.

U.S. Treasury Agent Alex LaDuca has a battle between her faith and her job. How will her faith also influence her choices? When the choices boil down to kill or be killed what will she choose?
Alex has stuggled in her faith and she experienced loss. She had given up hope for a happy life shared with some one she loved. In this final book she has found love again but may not get to have a life together as death stalks her every step.

Dosi Cartel, her long time enemies, come after her with a vengeance.
The whole series is a thrilling adventure, and the character has been well developed through out the series. The final book brings  together all the pieces, but with unexpected plot twists. You are never quite sure that if things will actually work out for Alex.  Can Alex survive the assassination plots and have a life with the man she has come to love?

Over all it is a thrilling book that you do not want to put down. You definitely need to start at the beginning of the series to get the full depth of character development.

From the Publisher:
U.S. Treasury Agent Alex LaDuca enters the endgame of her long-running and treacherous duel with the heads of the Dosi Cartel, an international money laundering and drug smuggling ring. Reaching deeply into her Christian faith for guidance and calling on trusted contacts from the past for a do-or-die operation, Alex moves resolutely against her foes. Her path takes her into the criminal underground of America's east coast, south into the violent underworld of Central America, across Honduras and El Salvador, and finally to Panama for a shattering confrontation. With the prospect of romance on the horizon for the first time since her fiance was killed in Kiev many months earlier, Alex's career, her life, and her future with the man she loves are all at stake. After a final payback in Panama, nothing will ever be the same.

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