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"C Street" Review
by, Pj Schott
SUBJECT: Exotic, erotic thriller had me blushing 50 Shades of Red
"C Street" is such a powerful, heart-pounding thriller, it now resides on the same shelf as Gerald A. Browne, Nelson deMille & William Diehl. It was filled with so much searing sensuality, my mother would have had it on the top shelf where I wasn't supposed to be able to reach it.
With a background in investigative journalism I learned that's not easy to get to the heart of the matter … and even harder to have the courage to speak the truth. Claudette Walker has done both ... and put "The Way the World Works" in the context of a powerful, glamorous, fast-paced thriller.
My favorite part of reading a thriller is taking a trip to exotic locales, and C Street did not disappoint. Walker's heroine takes us on a breathtaking journey from Washington DC, Geneva, London, Manhattan, Costa Rica and Israel. Add to that mix believable, unforgettable characters and just enough description to make the reader feel at home in each and every scene.
Against a background of unimaginable wealth, power, and intrigue we learn more than we ever wanted to know about the inner workings of intelligence agencies and government, where the abuse of power often has violent global repercussions. However, no one she encounters is any match for the wits of the worldly, intelligent, and passionate Jacqueline Rose.
There had better be a sequel to this one. The surprise ending left me breathless with anticipation. KUDOS to this talented and powerful author!