A ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Ghosts of Guatemala by Collin Glavac @HiddenGemsBooks @CollinGlavac

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Wow talk about espionage, betrayal and secret agencies that work within their own rules! I loved this story and would love to read more. Its packed with action, betrayal, secretes and danger at every turn.

“In 1954, the democratically elected government of Guatemala was overthrown by the CIA.
More than 200,000 people were killed over the course of the 36-year-long civil war that began in 1960 and ended with the peace accords in 1996. About 83 percent of those killed were Mayan.”
1999 report written by the U.N. -backed Commission for the Historical Clarification titled “Guatemala: Memory of Silence”. https://hrdag.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/CEHreport-english.pdf Page 13.

This story started out with action and the suspense, action, and danger continued on throughout the entire book. It is a great story and left me wanting more of these characters and areas of the CIA. I love a good suspense, corruption, thriller story and this book was a great read. The story of betrayal among family and Government agencies. It’s hard to tell if it’s one agency, department or individuals within a department. There’s no real conclusion as to who the betrayer is within the agency and the betrayal of the family leads to multiple deaths and danger lingering around every turn. I loved the suspense and danger that was lurking in this story. I give this story a 5-star review and will look for more by Collin Glavac to read. This was my first book by Mr. Glavac, but I look forward to more. This story was thrilling to read.

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