Book Review: Lords Of Corruption by Kyle Mills

lords-of-corruption-millsToday’s book is a genuine page-turner.   Published by Vanguard Press last month,  Kyle Mills’  Lords Of Corruption is a novel set in Africa.   Josh Hagarty is a young man with a troubled past, but a seemingly bright future.   A recent MBA graduate who also has a bachelor’s degree in engineering,  Hagarty finds himself unable to get any job offers due to having served time in prison for a youthful crime.   So he comes to accept a position in Africa for a US-based charity that is not at all what it on the surface appears to be.

The reader,  along with Hagarty is soon thrust head-on into the startling and mysterious world of a never-named African country,  where the foreign aid workers live in comparative luxury in a heavily guarded compound while a cruel dictator is openly practicing genocide among his poor and often powerless people.   Africa is a fascinating place, but one about which most of us in the West know very, very, very little and Mills brings this extraordinary land into a powerful light, while spinning a tale that has both emotional depth and character believability and a roller-coaster plot that brings off a powerful catharsis on the last page.   If you enjoy page-turning thrillers or well-written character novels,   Lords Of Corruption is Very Highly Recommended.   Buy Now $17.50

Would you like your own copy of this great book?    Leave a comment and you could win this book.   On Sunday April 19th  I will number all of the comments received  this week and then use to pick the winner(s).   The first prize is a new, hardcover copy of Kyle Mills’  The Lords Of Corruption.   IF there are less than 20 entries,  this will be the only prize.   IF more than 20 entries are received,  the second place winner,  again as picked by will receive their choice of the other review copy books I have on hand,  including Thirteen Reasons Why and Home Girl.    IF more than 30 entries are received,   I will also select a third winner who will receive second choice of my review copies.    My thanks to Julie at FSB Associates for providing the book.    Winners will be notified by e-mail immediately after the drawing and announced on this site on Monday April 19th.

All you have to do to enter is to leave a comment on this post,  either about this book (and if you have a book review blog why you would like to review it) OR answering any of the questions I asked in Monday’s post.   So what are you waiting for?    Just add your comment below to enter and win!