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Intruders by E.C. Scullion – Blog Tour

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Intruders by E.C. Scullion

Genre: Thriller
Publisher: Red Door Press

About The Book

“There is a safe, in a house, inside a secure compound in South America. Your job is to bring me the contents of that safe.”
Disgraced security consultant Tom Holt accepts a job from a mysterious lawyer, on behalf of a client named Capricorn.
Holt’s team comprises Anil, a safe-cracking ex-con; Ray, a disgruntled logistics man, and Becca, a fiery red-headed thief with as much attitude as she has talent for picking pockets.
On arrival in the alluring Argentine city of Buenos Aires, Holt’s past swiftly catches up with him. As he begins to question the client’s motives, he finds there are darker, more sinister characters who show loyalty to his employer.
Who is Capricorn?
What’s inside the safe?
Tom Holt is about to discover how far he will go to expose the truth, even if it means risking everything, including his own life…

My Thoughts

Since I read the plot of this book I couldn’t stop thinking about it, different and intriguing I only wanted to start reading!
This is a high-voltage book, full of tension and undercurrent plots, nothing is what it seems and a simple safe can endanger anyone’s reputation.
This is a story with multiple characters involved, all of them want to open a safe but each one for a very different motive; the main question will be, will all of them be alive at the end of this mission? You’ll have to read the book if you want to know all the answers!
I’ll advise that the book doesn’t have a closed ending, there are a few loose ends that I hope the author will solve in the next book (fingers crossed that this will not be the only adventure of these characters!).
When I started this book I only wanted a good action book full of twists and an engaging plot and I had much more than that; tension, secrets and a few spare bullets keep me reading till the end, I can only say: what an adventure!
The only “problem” I had with the story is that there are so many characters and subplots involved that makes the reader want to know more about all of them, this is the good and bad thing at the same time, good because it’s perfect if there’s a second book to know more about them, and bad if there’s not a second book because you have a lot of questions without answer! As it says on the cover of the book “Breaking in is only the beginning”, now I want to know what will happen with the information inside! And of course, how the main characters will affect the changes that happened on their lives!
If you are looking for a full action book with twists and mysteries, don’t doubt that this will have to be your next read, it will be on my top ten this year! Ready to discover “Intruders”?

About The Author

E.C. Scullion is British Author. She joined the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in 2003. For the past eleven years she has managed to escape Westminster, working in British Embassies in Beijing, Bangkok, Panama City and Montevideo in Uruguay. She is a graduate of the Faber Academy and INTRUDERS is her first published novel. She now lives in Rome with her husband and two children.


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