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Review | Saffire

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Saffire by Sigmund Brouwer is the kind of historical novel that makes me sit up and take notice. Set in the first decade of the 1900s, on the banks of the Panama Canal, this cunning story has just the right amount of historical detail without losing the juiciness of interwoven personal interest stories and political intrigue. Anyone who likes Indiana Jones will absolutely love this book. The main character strongly resembles Jones in personality and occupation, but without a lot of his questionable morals. The action keeps moving rapidly throughout the book, and definitely makes the reader guess the ending until the very last chapter. Overall an excellent read. I look forward to more reading delight from this author.

Disclaimer: I received this book from the Blogging For Books program in exchange for this review.

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