This review is from: Where Angels Prey (Kindle Edition)
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Where Angel’s Prey was a look into how a program started out for the good can turn so horribly wrong. To try and save the poor from loan sharks, a program is started to help them meet their needs with “better” loans. Sounds like a good plan, right? Greed can make the best of intentions turn sour. The new loan companies actually seem worse than the loan sharks and people start turning to suicide when all hope seems lost.
Two journalists will work hard to get to the bottom of the corruption and expose those at the top. It is a conspiracy that crosses national lines and will keep the reader enthralled to the end. There were a lot of characters that were introduced in this book; however, it is the journalists that stand out. I loved how they were not willing to stop until the truth came out. You could just feel their determination to get the job done so that justice could be served.
I give this book 4 ****. The author wove the plot in a way that the reader was made to feel like they were right there while it was happening. Ramesh Arunachalam has the ability to hold your interest with the way the story flows. The writing technique feels like you are being entertained and taught at the same time, and I always love to learn something new. While the story is fiction, something similar has happened in the past.