Sugar : The Connor Murray Series

  • by L. Todd Wood
  • Narrated by Don Moffit
  • Series: The Connor Murray Series
  • 7 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Connor Murray is back! While fighting for his life in a personal crisis, Connor realizes, to his shock, that he must also fight his own government. Corrupt officials are tied to an ancient cause that is still playing itself out, in a very real way, in our lives today. And what is sugar? Sugar, at its root, is energy. Who controls energy controls the world. The black helicopters are coming....


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Relevant & Gripping

Sugar is fiction that expresses truths that are relevant to the current world political climate. L. Todd Wood is an exceptional and transfixing storyteller. He is honest about human behavior and its limitations and failings. Don Moffit, the narrator, does a fantastic job of voicing the characters and moving the story along with a gentle yet persistent cadence. Sugar is a fascinating book that is well worth the time, as it is congruent historically and also provides insight to today's world events.
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- Pamela S of Washington DC

A terrific must read with the deceiving title

If you read this authors book Currensy," sugar " is a must. This next book is a continuation of the social effects of a commodity that was a major product of the ages. The author has a style of mixing the evolution of commerce and a commodity like sugar to today's most valuable natural resources petroleum. It weaves in a story of today's international intrigue and power. It covers the conflicts of today skillfully and filled with factual information. It even skillfully covers up-to-date management of a cancerous lymphoma and treatment affects the individual. All this tied to the secrecy and intrigue of nations fighting for power and petroleum. Another book by L Todd Wood that you can't put aside by a skilled author. Highly recommended
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- Ralph J. Argen, MD

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-13-2015
  • Publisher: IceBox Publishing