The Karma of Vengeance : Karma Killings Book 2
Overview - The Karma of Vengeance, Book Two in the Karma Killings Trilogy Following on from the acclaimed suspenseful thriller Malevolent Karma, the interlinked destiny of three young men continues unrelentingly forward. "An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a hand for a hand, foot for a foot." (Exodus) According to ones point of view, revenge is an intrinsic and natural part of human behaviour. Read more...
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The Karma of Vengeance, Book Two in the Karma Killings Trilogy Following on from the acclaimed suspenseful thriller Malevolent Karma, the interlinked destiny of three young men continues unrelentingly forward. "An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a hand for a hand, foot for a foot." (Exodus) According to ones point of view, revenge is an intrinsic and natural part of human behaviour. Its as old as when homo sapiens first walked the earth. Whether humans have this condition as part of their gene systems, developed over thousands of years, and part of our ability to reason that most other animal species have not yet developed, is the subject of much scientific, psychological and philosophical debate. Most of us, at one time or another have experienced the undeniable at times, the fury of wanting to extract revenge. As a child, someone has stolen your sweets; in adolescence, it could have been your boy/ girlfriend, (getting personal here ); or some big corporation or bank has treated you or yours with contempt that the often found in the DNI of the powerful (even more personal ). The action moves through Scotland, Ireland and the Basque country of Spain. The Karma of Vengeance is set in the explosive cocktail bar of social, cultural and political events of the nineteen-eighties.The basic ingredients are fairly standard; sex, power, ambition, corruption, deception, manipulation, love... add to the shaker, a substantial measure of IRA and Basque country terrorism, and an unknown ingredient called karma, and the resulting cocktail is more firewater than toddy. A catastrophic explosion at a small Scottish hotel has wiped out the officer cadre of one the Royal Navy nuclear submarines. The Three young boys are present at the scene by reasons of their destiny. One confesses to accidently causing the conflagration, but other evidence is uncovered that a bomb may have exploded. For reasons of national security, this evidence is suppressed by the government. The IRA and the Thatcher government are maintaining silence. Both want to perpetuate a public posture that it was a tragic accident, but others have reason to demand and exact revenge and retribution. Enjoy the reading, but dont expect a romantic ending Norman MacRitchie Reeley, May 2014
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