"Action, action and more action"
Last year, reporter Nelson Ingram was working for his
hometown newspaper in Litchfield, Alabama when he broke the
biggest story of his career. He proved that the mob had a
big money laundering operation in the quiet little town and
he walked away from the story with a lot of money, a ledger
and some discs all placed in a bank safety deposit box.
Now Nelson lives like a hermit in an isolated cabin in the
middle of nowhere afraid that the mob is going to want
their money back.
One night somebody tries to break into Nelson's cabin and
the next day somebody murders Dr. Hartley's closest
friend. The good doctor, who is dying from cancer, helped
Nelson last year and regretted doing so ever since. The
doctor intends to use Nelson as bait to get the person who
killed his friend but before that can happen, Nelson's
cabin blows up and someone who wants the ledger and discs
kidnaps Nelson. The good doctor falls in with a band of
Cuban freedom fighters. All in all, it is just another
average sensation for the reporter and the doctor.
Readers who like action, action and more action in their
thrillers will definitely want to read DARK DELIVERY, a
novel that doesn't allow the reader to catch their breath.
Poor Nelson finds himself going from one disaster into
another, not knowing friend from foe (except Dr. Hartley)
and needing to make some important decisions without key
information to guide him. Stephen J. Clark creates an
action-oriented story line starring in-depth
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted May 10, 2003