Goodreads reader Elizabeth A -Gripping story that keeps your interest until the end. Likeable and relatable characters who I would like to meet. The weaving of locations throughout Andalusia and Northern Africa will make you want to travel. They really are unsung characters in the book. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute I spent with it. And will keep it in my collection to read again.
This first book of the Andalusian Mystery series finds grizzled veteran detective Leon Prado and two lonesome translators—retired British soldier Phillip Armitage and American videographer Amanda Salisbury—frantically hunting elusive people traffickers among the stunning landscapes and historic towns of Andalusia.
Among those they've taken is Juliet, a beautiful English friend of Phillip troubled by her own somber secrets. Under the searing summer heat, blue skies and swaying palm trees, Prado and his team discover that a depraved entertainment is planned for the young victims. The deadline is imminent—the clock is ticking and for Phillip—it´s personal.
“A captivating, colorful mystery by an author well-versed in its setting.” Kirkus Reviews
“An exciting and talented new literary voice in an ever-popular genre, Darkness In Malaga proves a discerning read and is recommended without reservation.” BookViral
Based on the author's actual experiences as a voluntary translator in Spanish hospitals and police stations.