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Reviewed by Joanie Chevalier for Readers' Favorite
Source of Deceit by Wolf Bahren is a story of suspense and international espionage, with events and characters full of mystery. Luckily, Wolf Bahren is a talented writer so following along with the half a dozen or so characters is a piece of cake. Writing with an omnipresent third-person view helps the reader know what is going on in all the scenes and sets us up for the next chapter that may play out in another part of the world with different characters. Visiting the different parts of the world in the book - Washington D.C., Bangkok, Miami, Chiang Mai, Maryland - was seamless and readers will feel they are really there with the characters. Source of Deceit by Wolf Bahren is a book for all suspense and thriller readers.
In Source of Deceit, Anna is a reporter for the New York Daily Journal and her editor encourages her to follow a complex financial espionage case around the globe. Beginning with the mysterious death of a world bank executive - is it a suicide or a murder? - and then a woman grabbing her phone and then texting her from the grave, the action is nonstop and fast-paced. Anna is a journalist I would totally want on my side…she won’t quit until she finds out the truth! The short chapters make it an exciting read, and a good reason to keep reading well past your bedtime. Source of Deceit by Wolf Bahren is a story worthy of the attention of all thriller fans.