Wednesday, May 27, 2015
REVIEW: TWILIGHT BURNING by A. D. Davies
Review: TWILIGHT BURNING by A. D. Davies Adam Park is a particular and unusual hero. A man driven by moral outrage and idealism, he is compelled to lavish his enormous wealth, not on high living and expensive commodities, but on improvements to the human condition. His contributions to charities are but one of the reasons his former corporation despises him. By contractual obligation, Adam is bound not to work in private investigation nor to use the proprietary database-search software he designed. Yet his heart overrules legality as his compassion draws him into the case of a missing, or disappeared, young lady, who may or may not have stolen her employer's profits--and quite possibly, state secrets.