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Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite
The High Yield Vector (Mark Savannah Espionage Series Book 2) is written by Baibin Nighthawk and Dominick Fencer. After foiling the corrupt activities of a powerful member of the CIA, Mark Savannah was now on the run for his life; and what better way for a burned British intelligence agent to stay alive than by playing dead. After escaping, Mark had made his way to Mali where he stayed for several months before moving to Niger, from where he proceeded to the Democratic Republic of Congo where he was to play a vital role in reaching out to communities worst affected by HIV/AIDS. While in the Congo, just like in Mali and Niger, Mark witnesses human suffering at its very worst as communities are ravaged by poverty, disease and political conflict, and their agony is further exacerbated by the selfish intentions of foreign forces. In an unexpected turn of events, Mark finds himself working for British intelligence once again, albeit off the book, but he is not so dead after all because it is not so long before his worst enemy locates him.
Once again, Baibin Nighthawk and Dominick Fencer delivered an epic spy thriller guaranteed to give lovers of the genre an amazing reading experience. The High Yield Vector (Mark Savannah Espionage Series Book 2) is the ultimate making of spy stories as they should be told; espionage, greed, and the ultimate clash of intelligence agencies. Although the book is spy-themed, which it delivers excellently, it also honors the selfless dedication of humanitarian workers who constantly risk their own lives and give all they can to deliver desperately needed aid to those - especially in third world countries - whose lives have been devastated by poverty, disease and war.