The Policewoman by Justin W.M. Roberts
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The Story is, Sarah Michelle Dharmawan from Densus-88 (Detasemen Khusus-88 (Antiterrorist Unit of the INP) was inducted to Interpol to assist the Ministry of Defense of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in locating all members of the Irish Drug Cartel and their headquarters, drug manufacturing plants and distribution centers. And Sarah is very special, she can pray in Spanish, speak French with her boyfriend, curse in Dutch and talk German with her German Shepherd dog. She is well trained in combats, very intelligent and born leader.
Her assignment involves working with SAS member Michael, as story develops they became a loving pair.
The Irish Cartel is run by ex army men. Taking them is very difficult. The remaining part of the story narrates with little twist and mystery, how the Irish Drug cartel gets perished. Did I not tell about the villains? they are also very intelligent, especially I despise one character that is Niall, he is one of the member of the Irish drug cartel who enjoys disemboweling female victims alive. I can feel his strong desire to torture Sarah.
I have read some books about police procedures but I have not read this kind. The narration tells the author's in-depth knowledge on the procedures and technical terms used in military and police. The author has written the action scenes so well it looks like we are watching an action movie. Apart from the above I appreciate his effort in quoting classical sentences, types of battles etc. and using them in the appropriate time. In the end the author has given glossary which helps to us to understand more about the technical terms.
There are many instances that I got agitated while reading I like to mention one when Michael and Sarah goes to Carluccio where they were attacked by 24 thugs with weapons.
A fast paced action novel, I liked the story and enjoyed reading. I received this eBook from the author for a honest review.
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