Wednesday, August 25, 2010

The Malacca Conspiracy



The Malacca Conspiracy is a page burner. I couldn't flip the pages fast enough to see who was going to get what next! The story is set around the Strait of Malacca, between Indonesia and Malaysia, an area which I was not familiar. Now it is seared in my brain. And it sweeps wide to the United States and other countries.

This book, set in current time, has spies, politics, assassinations, nuclear plots, and of course a bit of romance. I cringed, hoped, despaired and found faith while reading. It's a great Christian thriller. I'm going to get more of his books.


I would recommend this true to life action novel. Find it on Amazon. I received this book free for review from Zondervan and the Blog Tour Spot. Check out other reviewers here.

See his other books at Don Brown's site. The Malacca Conspiracy is just one of many thrillers. Don served five years in the US Navy as an officer in the JAG corps.




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10 comments:

Kathy C. said...

Haven't heard of this one. I met a few new authors at ICRS this year and have read some suspense by authors I hadn't read before.

Parsley said...

Oh...sounds like a juicy one! I like mystery and adventure novels. Problem is I tend to read before going to bed. If I read these I won't be able to sleep. LOL

Diane said...

Sounds like a great author! :O)

alicia said...

Looks like a great author! Will look that up!

Melinda said...

Sounds like a great book. I love thrillers! :) Now to find the time to read it ...

Karen said...

Thanks ya'll. It was a good book, I really enjoyed it!

Kathryn Magendie said...

Karen - are you the Karen who won a copy of Tender Graces on Angie's blog? :-D

Karen said...

Kathryn, yes I am! I's soooo excited to get your book! Yeah!

Janna Qualman said...

Oh, DON Brown! I misread that as Dan Brown, and was thinking of the Davinci Code. Trying to reconcile that writer with this one--this makes sense!

Glad you enjoyed it, Karen.

Jeanette Levellie said...

I love page turners! But then, I want to let my sleep, the dishes, and everything else take care of itself when I'm reading one. I need more discipline.

Love
Jen