Stranger by Peter Stankovic
Nick Hunter, a journalist and a playboy debonair, wakes up to find he has no memory. He sets forth trying to piece together the last 24 hours. Sometimes, ignorance is bliss but in this case, Nick finds himself in deadly hot water. Finding out who he is, what he does for a living and what the “job” he was paid to do is vital to his health. In the meantime, he falls hard for a woman – something he suspects is totally foreign to him.
Nick quickly discovers several things about himself – he’s a player, he’s a top notch journalist, he’s gotten involved with the wrong people and he’s in love. Now it’s up to him to save those he loves from the corrupt politicians and mafia types.
Peter Stankovic adeptly creates a plot where danger is around the corner with this edge of your seat thriller mystery. Stankovic smoothly tells the story of Nick Hunter with vivid imagery and details. The character development is complete as the characters come to life. I found “Ginger” to be most amusing as well as deadly, but I knew Nick wasn’t going to let himself be bested – by anyone.
Stankovic is a masterful storyteller whose ability to captivate and engage the audience is thorough. I found the book difficult to put down after Nick began to remember his life and see the danger for what it was. I thought it was brilliant how Stankovic brought the story to a close. His characters are strong. His story is light, not overwhelming.
Well done!I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys mysteries, thrillers and romance. While this book had several instances of romance, it was tastefully done.
A definite 5-star rating!
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