Deadly Election by Arthur Crandon – Review

Deadly Election by Arthur Crandon

I’ve just finished reading Deadly Election and I really enjoyed it. It’s a very interesting and intriguing book.

The action is settled in Philippine, where the life is at danger at any time, especially before the election.

The discovery of an ancient Japanese treasure is starting a chain of shocking incidents that will change many lives. Some murders and disappearances will take place very fast. The Senator Enrique Consuelo, who thinks his destiny is to become President of Philippines, got involved in many troubles. Strange events will happen around him before and after the Election Day. Because the enormous amount of money is very tempting, nobody can be trusted, even the family members.

This book is about political corruption, violence, murders, money, power, lies and life changes.

I like this book because it’s very intense and real facts are related through the work of fiction. As the author said, the reality is far worse. I appreciate that he let us imagine the real life in this exotic and dangerous country.

I wish to read more in this “Asian Intrigue” series.

 

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