Amie Stolen Future

Genre: Action Adventure, Conspiracy Thrillers, Suspense Thrillers

For Fans Of

Adventure and travel stories in the genre of Wilbur Smith. This book is the third in a three book series fast paced, page turning excitement with many twists and turns.

Book Summary

Amie returns to Africa and what she hopes is a happy and settled life, but one night changes everything. she is left with no home, no family and no name. She is co-erced into working for an organisation she fears, and if she doesn't cooperate, they will kill her.


The tension makes the reading quite compelling, even when the pace gives you a few minutes (not more) to breath.

I was quite unprepared for some of the events, and found myself on the edge of my seat, finishing the book in two marathon reading sessions. Many series lose their touch as they move along, this has got even better. Superb.

The actions and suspense hook you early in the book and didn't let go until the surprising conclusion. Every time I thought I had the characters figured out they turned out to be not who or what I thought they were.

This is a fun action-thriller slash psychological thriller set in an exotic land. I found it a pretty intoxicating combination.

It is an intense and powerful story of courage and strength against odds, while at the same time pulling at your heart strings and leaving you breathless. For me, it brought Africa to life. I could smell the markets, taste the food, feel the heat and passion.

There is a lot of suspense and intrigue that keeps you on the edge of your seat. You want things to end well, but the author keeps you guessing. Keep a weekend free if you pick up this book. Once you start it, you just can’t put it down.

About the Author

Born in Dublin, dragged up in the Cotswolds and finished off in dockland Liverpool. Wanted to follow grandfather and work in Fleet Street, persuaded to train as a teacher - went crofting in Scotland, moved to Kenya, on to Libya with riots, a public hanging and a bayonet on her shoulder during a live radio broadcast. Speeding past more countries and careers she eventually 'fell' into writing for a living, first in radio, later in television in South Africa. Part time lecturer in scriptwriting at Durban University of Technology, worked for National Geographic, the UN and WHO, plus a Hollywood film.

Before retiring, she ran her own successful video production company with corporate, government and media clients. Now she is only pretending to be retired, while busy writing for a new client, herself. To date she has published seven books, three memoirs, three adventure thrillers and a comedy.

Winner of 21 awards for her television and video programmes and several awards for her books.

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