A cynical private eye, a beautiful and dangerous woman, a violent English thug, and a team of Arab criminals – it’s the perfect recipe for trouble.

And that’s what Chicago PI Joe Killan finds, as he searches for an ancient cross of gold and precious jewels, a search that leaves five men dead and Killan caught in a crossfire between modern Muslim extremism and old-fashioned American greed.

A unique blend of unsettling fact and exciting fiction, The Crux Ansata is a fresh take on the detective genre – noir fiction with a modern attitude.

It’s a smart and sexy update to a classic plot, finely tuned for today’s readers.

 

It took me a lot longer to read this book that I had hoped, I got sucked in really quick then had to stop reading it for a while, then I kinda forgot what had happend.

That aside I really enjoyed the book, the story line was well play out but if I am honest the ending was a little poor. It just kinda cut to the chase and ended.