The Man From Afghanistan


Detective Anthony Ramirez is called in to solve a murder. What he doesn’t expect is that the case will take him from Newport Beach to halfway around the world. Terrence Collins is a politician and all American guy who has been in war zones. But even that life experience can’t stop a bullet. Tablib was born and raised in the USA, and he sees the country he has grown up in changing post 9/11, and sadly, it puts him right in the middle of the difficulties. How will he handle this sudden change that could lead to him being ostracized by the people he thought he knew and could trust?

“The Man From Afghanistan” handles some really sensitive topics and the author, Aithal, has managed to pull it off and create a novel that will make readers think, as well as take them on an exciting journey throughout the world. The action of this book starts at the beginning and doesn’t let up until the final page. The characters are written in such a way that will keep readers interested and hankering to know what happens at the end. The action scenes are absorbing and make it really jump off the page. For fans of suspense, this is definitely a book to read this summer. The descriptions of the different places featured are articulate and will pull the reader into that place and make it feel as though they are actually there. Thought-provoking and intriguing!

Lynn-Alexandria McKendrick