Private Vegas

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Its one sin city after the other that the company opens its branches to and the series thus becomes more and more complex because the job of the company becomes tougher. Right from the launch of Private L.A. the writer’s motives have been changed a little. James Patterson does want the “Private” just to solve cases now he wants the company to fight against injustice all over the world. The writer wants to show the functioning of the organization especially in the areas that are hard hit by terrorism and lawlessness.

It is because of this fact that we visit Mumbai in Private India: City on Fire after visiting L.A. Now it is Vegas that we go to where gambling and glamour can really mislead you and sins are not sins in this big wild city. Lester Olsen a grand success in business has some secret business as well; he lures women and then forces them to kill on his will. There are never any clues left because the assassins are well trained.

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Luckily the headquarters of “Private” is in Vegas and is quickly on the tail of this murderous ring when it is hired to investigate the murder of two people in the town. The one evil aspect because of which the town is quite famous is the lack of interest of the people in investigations. No one ever help the investigation department or the police in investigation because this is something not important for them.

In narration Jay Snyder really puts everything in this glamour pack piece of art. The personalities of the high class gamblers are handled well by the narrator in that superb style of his.

 

 

 

 



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