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Appointment with Isil – A Book Review

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Joe Giordano has written a suspenseful thriller that sends us all over the Mediterranean – such as Greece, Turkey, Italy, Malta – dealing with Russian and Italian mobsters, as well as ISIL. It all begins when Anthony Provati, a young good looking boy from New York City flirts with the wrong woman! Meeting in a bar while he’s playing music, their eyes meet. This flirtation doesn’t go unnoticed by her Russian mobster boyfriend. Things heat up and Anthony ends up dealing with a whole lot of trouble (and really bad guys). Terrorism, executions – they’re all a huge part of the plot of this story that keeps you hooked until the end.

I would have liked to have a couple of the characters explored more in depth –  particularly Angie Dekker and Noki. Both seemed to be important characters of the story, but their stories weren’t really expanded on. In fact, Angie Dekker was presented at the beginning and then didn’t re-surface until almost the end. When she did re-surface, it was very brief. It’s almost as if they lost their place in the story.

If you’re looking for a quick suspenseful read, this would be a great story to keep you hooked. It has it’s drawbacks, but on the whole, I would recommend it.

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