Thursday, March 29, 2012

Review:Project Moses by Robert B. Lowe

Project Moses is a Mystery Thriller that is scary that some of it could happen with all the science being discovered.  I did not want to put it down till I had finshed reading it. Its a good length of a book.
I have to admit crying at part of the story.
Enzo Lee writes fluff pieces for San Francisco newspaper for the last two years. His boss just assigned him to cover a prosecutor death.  Enzo does not want it and I thought he was not much of an investigator.
Then he is asked to cover a Judge Miriam Gilbert's death in her office she is found the next morning. They did not know yet what she had died from but the prosecuter and the Judge were just on a case that ended in a hung jury.
The next day the Judge's niece Sarah Armstrong comes to talk to Lee about her Aunt the judge and as she is leaving the newpaper building she is runover by a hit and run that seamed aimed at her. Lee was a witness to it and took her home from the hospital and to his place because he did not like all these deaths happening.
The more that Lee and Sarah find out about the deaths they find lots more accidents have happened accross the country.
Lee is being set up on a drug charge but he is warned by the police detective who was investigating the judge death till it was taken over by Feds.
Two lawyers that went to law school and argued against Sarah and her friend the dead prosecuter where also killed by mysterous deaths. One of the deaths was Brent Donsen who worked as prosecuter for Justice department.
Finding what he was looking at opens a lot of information. Brent was actually the first death in New York than is buddy in florida and than the deaths in San Francisco.
Thier is a lot of science about gene splicing to help the food supply but than you see how that same technology is used to wipe out crops of certain areas and animals.
The story is well told and kept my attention on the story. I would read more books by Robert in the future based on this book.
I was given this ebook from Librarything and asked in return to give honest review of the story.
01/23/2012 PUB  Words: 85474

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