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  • Title: Bad Seeds
  • Author: Jassy Mackenzie
  • ISBN: 9781616957940
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ass kicking South African PI Jade de Jong returns in a breakneck fifth installmentJohannesburg PI Jade de Jong has been hired by Ryan Gillespie, the charming security director at the Inkomfe Nuclear Research Center, to trace a missing employee, Carlos Botha, who vanished just days after an attempted break in But when Jade traces Botha to the quiet suburb of Randfontein, sAss kicking South African PI Jade de Jong returns in a breakneck fifth installmentJohannesburg PI Jade de Jong has been hired by Ryan Gillespie, the charming security director at the Inkomfe Nuclear Research Center, to trace a missing employee, Carlos Botha, who vanished just days after an attempted break in But when Jade traces Botha to the quiet suburb of Randfontein, she discovers that he s the target of a hit, and that she s now in danger by association It becomes clear that someone intends to use Inkomfe s nuclear power to heinous ends, and Jade must figure out whether that someone is Botha.
    Bad Seeds Ass kicking South African PI Jade de Jong returns in a breakneck fifth installmentJohannesburg PI Jade de Jong has been hired by Ryan Gillespie the charming security director at the Inkomfe Nuclear R

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    1. Jassy Mackenzie is back with another Jade de Jong thriller that will push the reader into the dark world of nuclear power and the instability of its components When Jade de Jong is hired by a senior representative of the Inkomfe Nuclear Research Centre, she is somewhat confused As South Africa turns away from traditional electricity generation to the reliable nuclear power, de Jong is left to wonder why she, a lowly private investigator, might be tasked with such an important job Tasked with fo [...]

    2. So happy to read another of Jassy s Jade de Jong series The security director for a South African nuclear power plant hires Jade to investigate an employee, following an attempted break in possibly arranged by his predecessor, now a member of an environmental group Jade ends up tracing him to a seedy motel where one of the company directors is murdered Jade and the employee go on the run while a local constable Mweli and Jade s former lover, David, investigate Jassy does a nice job of keeping th [...]

    3. So Easter is coming up and you have no idea what to read You are also looking for books with an exciting plot and a strong female protagonist You are tired of crime fiction that follows the usual tropey nonsense.I suggest, if anything I just said rings true, that you get a copy of Bad Seeds Do not be put off by the fact that it is book 5 in a series It does pretty much stand alone I promise.Rather than give you a traditional review, here are ten reasons why you should give this book a try Jade S [...]

    4. I just love a good mystery That feeling you get when you start reading a new book and you don t want to put it down You don t want to go to sleep because you need to know what the he ll is going on That is how I feel about this book I want to keep reading and not go to sleep I want to know what s going to happen and at the same time don t want the book to end.Highly recommend

    5. A thriller that embraces topical and relevant issues There s something for the intellect plus pure escapism.The plot and personalities are believable and I would not mind meeting them again.The ending with it reference to a certain atoll is clever and encompassing.

    6. At last, the new Jade de Jong book is here It was well worth the wait Jade remains as complex and intriguing a character as ever, and her world has been expanded with the addition of some fascinating new characters.The plot kept me turning pages late into the night The background is detailed and well researched, and the editing impeccable.Another winner from Jassy Mackenzie

    7. Please note using my favourite quotes is not always possible with a book such as this The twists and turns mean it is necessary to chose lines that will not be spoilers Review for Sunday Times bit 2yzTh5J The lobby must have been redecorated in the eighties, and the receptionist Looked like she was about to audition for the Rocky Horror Picture Show Humans are like rats You can t keep them out of anywhere they really want to be Diet and exercise sounded like foreign words South Africa might have [...]

    8. 3 stars I like it.What I like Writing was easy to read and follow I liked the characters, I like the South African setting Meh I thought the story lacked excitement and thrill What was the Officer Mweli narrative even doing there It didn t add anything to the story and could have been skipped Same with the David Patel narrative Without these two narratives, the story would have been tighter Instead, they just diluted the book Edit This is my first Jade de Jong book so I guess these characters pl [...]

    9. Jade de Jong is a private investigator in South Africa She is called to investigate Carlos Botha, a man who is suspected of stealing secrets from the local nuclear power plant Jade goes to the hotel in order to follow him but comes upon a double homicide in the same hotel It turns out to be the nuclear power plant s director has been murdered along with a suspected prostitute Did Botha kill the two people When the dust settles on the murder, Jade finds herself hired and protecting Botha This was [...]

    10. If you haven t read the Jade de Jong novels before, this is a good place to start This is a heroine who s just a tad different from those in the genre and the South African setting is terrific This go round her investigation focuses on the very topical and frightening issues of problems in the nuclear industry Well written, evenly paced this is one where you won t get bored in the middle I ve enjoyed these in the past and so was delighted to have an ARC from Edelweiss Try this for a serious tak [...]

    11. Reading Jassy Mackenzie is always entertaining And Bad Seeds I could not stop reading until the final page, Jade De Jong is an investigator But,she seems to avoid the errant husband or the accountant who cheated the boss She made money solving people s problems.But she was now following a man in room 19 at a low down motel.A few things happened Two people were murdered in room 19.And this terrific novel includes terrorists destructive materialthat had moments away to achieve its ends.

    12. Body dumped in a reservoir Murders at a seedy motel Possible breach at a nuclear power plant, possible terrorist connection Jade DeJong is hired to find a missing staff member from the nuclear plant, but goes off on her own and winds up simultaneously working for the man who hired her and the man she is supposed to find It s fairly implausible and her whole relationship with Superintendent David Patel and Patel s relationship with his wife has become pretty tiresome.

    13. Jade de Jong gets mixed up in a murder case that harks back to the days of the apartheid regime s development of nuclear weapons in South Africa Most of the backstory is true, and that may be why the whole book is so convincing There really is a stash of enriched uranium at Pelindaba north of Johannesburg, there is enough material to make several nuclear bombs and there have been raids on it attempted in the past Scary.This is a real page turner Great to have Jassy back writing thrillers

    14. Sometimes Jade takes a long time to figure things out I m thinking David needs to do a DNA check on the baby when it s born so he can get on with his life or Jade needs to move on for real and not just live for the moment Good plot with twists.

    15. Outstanding episode in the Private Investigator genre, enhanced by issues specific to women, South Africa, nuclear factory, and communication Well done, Jassy Mackenzie

    16. Another great Jade de JongI love this feisty female lead character and all her misadventures Please get the next one out as soon as possible

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