DARK AIMS by Johnny Delca

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“Plot-driven non-stop action…” “The pages fly.” “100% a truly fast-paced thriller”
A storm is forming south of the border. A hidden danger lurks behind a failing regime. The year is 2026 and an unsuspected but powerful enemy is aiming secretly to revive a long-thought abandoned Mexican nuclear program jeopardizing peace on the western hemisphere for selfish gain. A dictatorship has been discretely imposed on Mexico by the hand of the reckless and cruel President Martin Trujillo who will let nothing stand in his way toward absolute power, or so it appears, to American lawyer Robert Higgins, Frank “Big Luck” Smith and a group of brave freedom warriors. They will find the true answer in their effort to help Mexico´s people strive for freedom.

Lucia, a beautiful and mysterious secret agent, trapped in a dangerous mission in Europe, is about to cross paths with Robert Higgins. She holds key information, information that could make Robert´s efforts to maintain world peace fail or succeed. Decisions for her will not be easy to make; she has become emotionally involved with a man she shouldn´t have, and a mistake that could cost her everything…

In a situation where nothing is what it seems, unlikely friends and secret foes urge for new point of view. The freedom of a nation and world peace depend upon dismantling an international conspiracy through the streets of New York City, Madrid, Mexico and Geneva and discovering the true face behind an increasingly relevant character with a secret agenda of his own.

In this fast-paced thriller, Johnny Delca guides the reader through the intriguing world of conspiracies in a novel form of action narrative where the aim is to make the pages fly and the plot flow delivering exciting and dire turns of events.
 

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Published February 15, 2013 by Telemachus Press, LLC. 258 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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