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Lords of Corruption

When an obscure charity recruits Josh Hagarty to manage their
activities in a war-torn region of Africa, he is eager to sign on
and atone for a past he regrets. After a lifetime of bad luck,
someone is finally giving him a chance. All he has to do is not
blow it.

He tries to lose himself in his new job, but soon the
precariousness of his situation becomes impossible to ignore.
Gideon, the man assigned to guide him through the dangerous and
exotic world he’s been thrust into, is revealed to be a
psychotic thug with ties to the country’s genocidal dictator.
And Josh’s predecessor didn’t quit as he’d been
led to believe, but was found dismembered in the jungle after
asking questions that no one wanted answered.

When the life of his young sister in the United States is
threatened by the organization, Josh is forced to face the fact
that his employer may not be the benevolent charity it claims to
be. Worse yet, Josh realizes he has become an unwitting player in a
billion-dollar conspiracy with tentacles snaking across the globe.
Escape is impossible --- the only way out is to bring the whole
institution down.

With the help of Annika Gritdal, a beautiful Scandinavian aid
worker, and journalist JB Flannary, Josh pits himself against an
American criminal organization backed by a dictator who is
virtually omnipotent within the borders of his country. As his own
survival becomes less and less likely, Josh realizes that his life
is just one of thousands --- perhaps millions --- at stake.

LORDS OF CORRUPTION © Copyright 2011 by Kyle Mills.
Reprinted with permission by Vanguard Press. All rights

Lords of Corruption
by Kyle Mills

  • Publication Date: March 24, 2009
  • Genres: Fiction, Thriller
  • Hardcover: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Vanguard Press
  • ISBN-10: 1593154992
  • ISBN-13: 9781593154998