Review of White Gold by Rachel Amphlett

White Gold is a fast paced action thriller which speeds across the globe.

Dan Taylor, a bomb disposal expert, finds that a lecture tour by his old friend has a dramatic effect on his future. He has a message which catapults him into conflict with large conglomerates that are not as law abiding as they profess to be. An alternative energy supply is discovered which could have a far reaching impact and Dan struggles to sort out the tangled webs of intrigue.

The writing is crisp and the plot believable. The characters are well drawn and develop further as the narrative progresses. The style is reflective of the thrillers of Robert Ludlum as the main protagonist unearths the truth behind the conspiracies. A good modern old-fashioned heart-pumping page-turning thriller.

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