Book Review: The Killing Curse by H.B. Moore

Title: The Killing Curse
Author: H. B. Moore
Series: Omar Zagouri Thrilleers
Publisher: Mirror Press
Release Date: May 2, 2017


Book Summary:

Omar Zagouri should have known that the hunt for an ordinary art thief in London would end up being far from ordinary. Abducted and carted across several countries until he’s locked up in the middle of Jordan’s desert, Omar becomes the target of an underground crime organization that dates back to the Crusaders era. As Omar works to uncover the deadly secrets that connect centuries of deceit, he finds himself trying to prevent an honor killing from turning into another tragedy, while exposing the ancient crime organization for generations of lethal corruption.



Heart pounding action, adventure, and suspense. This story takes a look inside the lives of families that have practiced honor killings. I really didn’t know much if anything about this before. It is something that needs more attention. This story really captured mine. My heart breaks for the women who find themselves victims of these honor killings. Men too. In this story we get a glimpse into the lives of families that participate in this practice both today and in history from long ago. My perspective of the world has broadened. I always learn so much from H.B, Moore’s historical novels. She also includes just enough romance to keep the story uplifting even when exploring dark topics such as this one.

Rating: 4 stars – Great Book!!!

Content: Clean, some language

Source: ebook for review

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