Author Wayne Kerr introduces us to Ric-A-Dam-Doo:
A pair of girls have been kidnapped and smuggled into Mexico by a ruthless gang. The police and FBI are rendered virtually powerless by the border and corruption at every turn. Who will save these terrified teens? Their only hope may be a retired couple from Canada. The Reeses will cross that line and others to try and rescue the girls before they disappear forever. Once a Snow Devil, always a Snow Devil! What is a Ric-A-Dam-Doo? First and foremost it is the flag of the Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry. But it is more than that. Ric-A-Dam-Doo represents the pride and honor of the brave men and women, past and present, that have served their nation and the rights of the oppressed around the world since the first regiment was formed during WWI.
Wayne has crafted a tightly knit action story based in history and with a bit of romance. He has a deft touch for the locales, action, and dialog. He really shines in the relationships, he provides a great balance for all the characters, major and minor. He does just enough to prevent confusion caused by head hopping, a little bit more delineation between characters would not detract from the story however.
In short, I loved the story and had a hard time putting it down! Ric-A-Dam-Doo deserves 4.9 stars of 5! I hope the book is transformed into a series! A couple of prequels wouldn’t hurt also, hint, hint.
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