- Average 5.0 from 2 ratings
An Awesome read. The story is engrossing and the characters are very
real. The various locations in which the story is set are wonderfully
described. 5 out of 5 (Brendon)
This book is a great read. The author has done a great deal of
research to create a most engaging story. The characters are so very
real that you can really understand their thinking. There are many
unexpected twists and turns. I like the way he mentions a fact
unobtrusively early in the story which has unexpected and huge
repercussions later on. 5 out of 5 (Neva)
Tentacles of Terror
(Bruce Herbert Scott)
Tough ex-cop Laurie (Truck) Hudson just wants a quiet life making money and enjoying the women of Indonesia. Unexpectedly, he finds himself rescuing a beautiful young woman from the evil tentacles of a rogue jihadist group working within the Indonesian security agency. In his efforts to get her to safety he discovers just how these tentacles reach well beyond the shores of Indonesia and into the wider world. Together the couple face constant danger while the love grows between the relationship shy cop and this sexually adventurous and brave young woman.
This explosive book will keep the reader fascinated as the protagonists of intrigue, ruthlessness, Jihad and corruption become pitted against a developing bond of brilliance, bravery and beauty with maybe a little of their own brand of debauchery thrown in.
Editorial: Contains some content readers may consider unsuitable for those under 18 years of age.
No. words: 55528
Style: Action/Adventure - Travel, Thrillers/Suspense - Spies and Espionage
Product type: EBook
Published: 5 / 2017
Available Formats: MOBI EPUB MS Word PDF MS Reader Text RTF
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Bruce Herbert Scott is the author of numerous books and technical papers in different genres. He excels in creating fascinating multi-dimensional characters in stories that are realistically set in eras and locations in which a high level of factual correctness is maintained. His writing style can be described as a mix between that of Lee Child and Harold Robins.