Item description for Whoever Fights Monsters by Iryna Bennett...
She tried to start over. She tried to escape the shadow of her past. But how can she let go when she has gazed into the depths of the abyss for too long? *** Forced to accept an early retirement from the FBI due to her questionable professional ethics, Aya Morell enters the world of private securities. Her new employer, Neuetech, a high profile pharmaceutical conglomerate with offices in Arizona, requires an extra hand solving a recent case of industrial espionage. But as Aya plunges into the investigation, she begins to suspect that the true reasons behind her hire are not at all what they appear to be. Finding a way to recover the stolen research data might just prove to be the least of her worries.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 9" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date May 6, 2007
Publisher Swimming Kangaroo Books
ISBN 1934041203 ISBN13 9781934041208
Availability 87 units. Availability accurate as of May 23, 2017 12:49.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Whoever Fights Monsters?
Strong woman lead Aug 18, 2007
Being one of those people who never seems to have enough time for the things I have to do and the things I want to do if a book doesn't catch my interest in the first few pages it goes to the boring pile. Not a problem with Whoever Fights Monsters, a fast read I didn't put down until I had finished. Iryna portraits characters you like or dislike, sympathize with or would like to kick in the [...]. She takes you through a story with unexpected, surprising and shocking twists and turns of coincidence (or fate) that lead to the end. Aya could easily become a lead character in a series, but I won't spoil the story by telling you if you'd love or hate her. Read for yourself and enjoy the suspense.
Somewhat disappointing first novel Aug 7, 2007
This is the first novel by Ukranian-born Iryna Bennett, who now resides in Texas.
Having been expelled from the FBI for questionable practice, Aya Morell takes a career move into the private security sector. Hired by a pharmaceutical giant in Arizona to investigate a recent case of industrial espionage, Aya plunges head long into the task at hand.
It does not take long before she is delving deep into a world of deceit and betrayal, where nothing is as it seems. Soon, it becomes clear that the information that was stolen could have much greater significance in the world of human science then she could ever have imagined.
Unfortunately, this is all that I can write about this book, without giving away the ending, as I found that the book only touched on topics and ideas, and did not explore them as much as I would have liked.
The novel is a very short 211 pages, and has a wide margin to the top and bottom of each page. I feel that the novel was too short, leaving many unanswered questions, which is very confusing to the reader.
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