Kings of Providence

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Far below a street in Rio, a building’s foundation collapses. In China, an apartment block caves in. Any city could be next. In the halls of power, the cause of the deadly accidents is no secret—and a few lives seem a small price to pay for profit. Now, two men are alone against the power brokers who will resort to anything—including murder—to conceal the deadly abyss that lies below the streets. More

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About S.D. Livingston

For author S.D. Livingston, it's all about history, mystery, and books. Her first novel, a historical romance, was published by Avalon Books in 2008. She's followed that up with several self-published novels, including her newest release, A Queen’s Revenge.

She writes historical fiction for adults, and enjoys working out the twists and turns of the spine-chilling Madeline Mystery series for young readers.

She’s a member of The Writers’ Union of Canada and will soon end the long pursuit and successful capture of a BA History.

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Review by: Dale Shaw on April 29, 2011 :
Well written and polished. Unfortunately, I doubt I will ever finish this book. I like the style but I'm not convinced about the plot. Personal thing. That won't stop me trying some of this authors other works at some point in the future.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)

Review by: Rick Umali on March 18, 2011 :
The Kings of Providence is a marvelous conspiracy thriller. All the familiar elements are here: an anti-hero; a trust-worthy side-kick; a menacing agency, participating in a cover up of huge proportions. There's an overall sense of dread that doesn't let up until the very end. The author's prose puts you inside the plush halls of high finance, and the dank darkness of New York City's tunnel system. The writing is super, and you will fly through this fast-paced book. I very much enjoyed reading this, and I think fans of this genre will enjoy it too.
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)

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