Trader of Secrets by Steve Martini (Review #2)

Trader of SecretsReviewed by Julie Moderson

Martini is like a fine wine. He improves with age. Every book that I have read that Martini writes becomes my favorite book, the book I tell everyone they must read.

A young woman named Sarah slips away from the folks protecting her for an early morning run and is almost murdered by Liquida. Sarah is the daughter of Paul Madriani and Liquida is trying to kill anyone close to the Madriani family. He almost killed Paul’s private eye and did kill Sarah’s best friend. The law partners have been hiding out for a long time from Liquida and are all getting restless.

Someone is selling secrets to other countries. These are secrets that could change the world. A scientist is found murdered and no one knows who he is.

It seems as if the FBI and police can’t find and arrest Liquida and no one is safe until he is found and the person who is selling secrets to someone must be stopped.

This book is such a fast moving book you will be amazed. If you want suspense, action, murder, romance and everything else rolled into one book, then this is the book for you.

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