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Burning Rose

3.15  ·  Rating Details ·  13 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Burning Rose is a thriller with high stakes, exotic locations, unforgettable characters and a splash of romance!

Casey Washington is a freelance eco-journalist who thinks she has the brass ring in her grasp—an interview with Robert Gunner, the reclusive head of a powerful megacorporation building a controversial hydroelectric project in an unspoiled Amazon River rainforest.
Kindle Edition, 343 pages
Published (first published 2002)
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Sally Bennett
Review posted to Red Adept Reviews, December 2, 2011:

The story gets off to a good start, with an intriguing futuristic setting and hints of complications to come. The stakes start off small (an impoverished journalist needs an assignment) but quickly build to matters of life and death.

Most of the main suspense plot and the romance subplot held my interest . . . (see more)
Nov 13, 2011 Jennifer rated it really liked it
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An intriguing storyline.
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Speculative future setting, with several points of view. That was handled quite well. Story was intriguing and well developed.
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Shirley Kennett is the author of the PJ Gray series of thrillers, which center on a psychologist and single mother who deploys virtual reality technology to solve homicides for the St. Louis Police Department. The novels in the series include Gray Matter, Fire Cracker, Chameleon, Act of Betrayal, and Time of Death. She is also the author of Burning Rose, a stand-alone environmental mystery. Under ...more
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