Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The balance of power in hapless Azerbaijan hinges on the fate of a kidnapped young woman—one Kelly Trost, snatched from her humanitarian wanderings by someone who killed her interpreter and all nearby witnesses. Despite this brutality, nobody would care about Kelly if she weren't the daughter of Senator Mitchell Trost, who has the power to block an oil pipeline scheduled to snake through ... Read full review

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This read is not to be missed by anyone with an interest in the realities of the Caspian and the real facts of the post U.S.S.R., and the decline of U.S. influence in this nasty corner of the world. Mr. Peters, with brain on the ground experience in the effluent of the Soviet Empire deserves a serious (and entertaining) read.
Read this book - turn on your brain theaters.

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would make a very good movie. plenty of twsts and turns with a "children of men" type bleakness to it. excellent book.

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