Review on Richard Orey’s book,The Hunt for the President’s Wife
edited: Sunday, August 28, 2011
By Jeanette Cooper
Rated "G" by the Author.
Posted: Wednesday, March 02, 2011
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Daring, exciting, interesting, and a good read....
Mystery! Suspense! Adventure! Drama! Sex!
Richard Orey’s book, The Hunt for the President’s Wife, has it all. A political drama that merges into an adventure, it will keep you turning pages after the beautiful nun, Sister Maria Camarillo, is appointed as a CIA Special Agent to seek out and find the wife of Mexico’s Presidente Ruiz. Her search leads her to a widespread prostitution ring, deep into human trafficking. Assuming the role of just another illegal border crasher in pursuing her CIA mission goal, Sister Camarillo infiltrates the prostitution ring and is inducted into its training program, which will prepare her in the art of seduction in readiness for future male clients.
Now follows the suspense! Knowing Sister Camarillo is a moral, upright nun, I poured through the sexual scenes wondering if she would lose her chastity, or if she would outsmart her instructor? (I’ll not tell.) Richard spares nothing in his explicit sexual scenes, and keeps the tension high so I didn’t want to put the book down.
There is mystery and intrigue throughout the book as the plot carries you to places and through events you’ve never experienced. A terrific read! Richard is a wonderful storyteller and his writing style is clear, concise, and absent of wordiness. He aptly describes and puts you in the time, place, and situation of his characters and sparing not a single detail, tells it like it is.
Well done, Richard! I enjoyed reading your book that I now proudly display on my bookshelf.
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper