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Monday, May 9, 2016

The Berlin Package by Peter Riva Book Tour, Book Review

Book Description for The Berlin Package (Book 2):

producer Pero Baltazar thought he was taking a Berlin filming
assignment. He needed the work, needed to get back in the saddle after
fighting off a life-threatening experience in East Africa—alShabaab had
attacked his crew, intent on a much larger terrorist attack. Suddenly he
finds himself under orders from his part-time employers at the State
Department and the CIA when he is handed a mysterious package. It’s an
assignment he doesn't want. The problem is, it’s a job contracted by
mysterious patrons who are prepared to kill him if he doesn't deliver.
in far too deep—turns to friends, old and new, to help him unravel the
mystery of the package, uncover connections to Nazi concentration camp
gold recently sold by the US Treasury, and thwart the ex–Stasi chief,
now head of a powerful banking group.
In this fast-paced sequel to Murder on Safari,
Pero calls on Mbuno, his friend and East African safari guide, to
anticipate the moves of his enemies as if they were animals—dangerous
vermin—who have kidnapped both the film star and director. Mbuno’s
tracking skills may keep them from getting killed—provided Pero can rope
in more help and keep the CIA at bay.
Exhilarating and expertly crafted, The Berlin Package (Yucca Publishing; April 2016) is a gripping, page-turning thriller set in post–German reunification Europe.
Praise for Berlin Package
explosive radioactive thriller written with intelligence. . . . The
reluctant spy motif works grandly. . . . An extremely thoughtful and
terrifying exposure of the dangers inherent in a nuclear world.”
 —Ron Lealos, author of Pashtun and Don’t Mean Nuthin’

For those of you who are also reviewing the first book:
Book Description of Murder on Safari (Book 1):  
Only a reality TV producer and an expert safari guide can stop a terrorist attack.
adventure starts at the fringes of civilization. For expert safari
guide Mbuno and wildlife television producer Pero Baltazar, filming in
the wild of East Africa should have been a return to the adventure they
always loved. This time they’d be filming soaring vultures in northern
Kenya and giant sea crocodiles in Tanzania with Mary, the daughter of
the world’s top television evangelist, the very reverend Jimmy Threte.
when a terrorist cell places them in the crosshairs, there is suddenly
no escape and they must put their filming aside and combine all their
talents to thwart an all-out al-Shabaab terrorist attack on Jimmy
Threte’s Christian gathering of hundreds of thousands in Nairobi, Kenya.
Buy the book:     Amazon    Barnes & Noble     Chapters/Indigo

Author's Bio:

Riva has spent many months over 30 years travelling throughout Africa
and Europe. Much of this time was spent with the legendary guides for
East African hunters and adventurers. He created a TV series in 1995
called Wild Things for Paramount. Passing on the fables, true tales, and
insider knowledge of these last reserves of true wildlife is his
passion. Nonetheless, his job for over forty years has been working as a
literary agent. In his spare time, Riva writes science fiction and
African adventure books. He lives in Gila, New Mexico.

Connect with the author:   Website   Twitter   Facebook

Book review;

Pero Baltazar works as a film producer. He was on his way to film something in Berlin or so he thought. His last assignment almost got him killed and he thought this was going to be an easy job. Before he knows it the CIA has given him a strange package. He finds out that if he doesn't bring it to certain people  he will be murdered. He tries to get help from some old friends. Pero decides to ask Mbuno an East African guide to help him find the people that are after him. It is up to Pero to make sure that no one killed  while he is trying to figure this out. This is a sequel to "Murder on Safari" by author Peter Riva. They were both great suspense mysteries. I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book for a review and all opinions are mine.

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