Book Review: The Price of Innocence by Bryan Devore

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Genre: Mystery

Age Recommended: 13 and up

This was a good book but a lot of the characters had similar names and sometimes the author’s overuse of pronouns made it a tad confusing.

The Price of Innocence

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Ian Lawrence has been sending cryptic messages to his parents and after one final email, his mother loses it. She calls his older brother, James, and tells him to find Ian. James is reluctant at first, but after reading his brother’s emails and learning about his work, things suddenly seem a lot more interesting.

When James is attacked by men looking for Ian, he barely escapes but later realizes that what his brother is wrapped up in is bigger than any of them. He learns of Ian’s plan to pit two of the biggest gangs against each other and to broadcast their war to have other governments support him in his plan to end smuggling rings.

However, when James and Ian finally meet, their plan goes awry.

Will they survive?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: The Price of Innocence

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