Friday, September 14, 2012

Rare Earth

Davis Bunn’s latest book, Rare Earth brings Mark Royce back with a new impossible mission.  Marc goes undercover as a Lodestone supplier managing supplies for the refugee camps in Kenya.  His true purpose is to find out who kidnapped an Israeli medic and what is so suddenly important about the African soil that several African tribes are getting uprooted and sent to live in the squalor of Nairobi.  He is not welcome on any side.  He is sent in to find answers, but asking questions can get you killed quick.  He finds a unifying bond with the Africans with their mutual faith and unwillingly opens his heart to the mysterious Kitra. 

I love anything by Davis Bunn and have read several of his books.  This is the sequel to Lion of Babylon and is set up to have at least one more in the series.  The action is non-stop and the story line very intriguing.  I loved that the plot spanned over three continents involving corrupt governments, secret identities and intertwined with a sweet love story.  I love history and Bunn can always weave a great action thriller with a really unique historical emphasis.  As always, Bunn hits the mark.  Can’t wait for the next one! 

Rare Earth

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