Book Review: Sweet Revenge by Inka Piegsa-Quischotte

Book Review: Sweet Revenge by Inka Piegsa-Quischotte

Sweet Revenge is an exceptional read. Just as Kathy Singer, its attractive London-based businesswoman and heroine, was captured in the story, so was I.

As many of you know, I review many books on writing and food and a few on fiction. This is due to my reading habit of reviewing several works at once. However, I started Sweet Revenge and couldn’t put it down. Every page of this 257-page novel is packed with adventure and grabs a hold of you.

Author Inka Piegsa-Quischotte manages to capture love, hate, fear, vulnerability, and intrigue in her first novel. Kathy Singer’s thirst for revenge entangles her in abduction, white slavery, and car chases throughout Turkey. One wonders if the Turkish journalist she meets is going to be her hero or if he is just chasing stories and using her.

Kathy overcomes a host of hurdles and winds up obtaining her sweet revenge in an unexpected manner.

Because Inka lives in Turkey part of every year, she was able to capture the flavor of its people for believable intrigue and resolution. Inka shows knowledge of details of the business world in London as well as Turkey and the international scene. In addition, she brings out longstanding traditions that are still present today.

By my standards, this is a must read and I’m surely going to read it again and look forward to Inka’s next book.

Sweet Revenge

Copyright 2009

Inka Piegsa-Quischotte

Raider Publishing International

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Maralyn D. Hill, President
International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association
Books By Hills Success Log Global Log

Finalist in the Writing and Publishing category of the 2009 Next Generation Indie Book Awards,
“$uccess, Your Path to a Successful Book,”

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