Firstly I wish to thank Rahul Ravi of Dawn Hill Publications for inviting me to read and review this book.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Special Agent Alexandra Cassidy has made a career of disobeying orders, challenging
bigwigs, and asking uncomfortable questions.
What offends her superiors most is that her intolerable antics have earned her one of the best track records in the FBI.
It’s too bad, some cases are better left unsolved.
When Cassidy is transferred to the backwaters of Arizona she finds herself leading a crew with so many black marks on their records, it’s a miracle any of them remain employed.
Thankfully, their first case pretty much solves itself. But as Cassidy and her team continue throwing bad guys behind bars, a creeping sense of suspicion grows. The cases are easy, a little too easy, and troubling patterns become impossible to ignore.
Then things take a violent turn, and an elusive figure steps forward to help. But in a conspiracy big enough to topple kings, every player has an agenda—and misplaced trust will have devastating consequences.
This is quite a gentle introduction to the FBI and thriller stories as the action is pretty light with nothing too disturbing in the storyline. Cassidy has been transferred to work with what appears to be an odd ball group of agents in the FBI. Each of them seems to have upset someone in their past posts. She is thrown straight in when a call comes in and the story takes off on the first case for the team. What doesn’t feel right for Cassidy is the swift easy way that they solve the case?
When the team get case after case that seems impossible not to solve Cassidy begins to look a little deeper. It is quite a motley crew that make up the department, except for the very handsome tech guy Mike, who sends Cassidy into a bit of a tailspin. This gives the book a bit of a new feel with it.
Not wanting to give anything of value away you will have to read the story to find out what it is about. The characters are a bit of a strange bunch that click together more as the story progresses. The book did feel a little long in places but the number of cases that the team tackle keeps it afloat.
It comes together pretty well, with action that won’t give you nightmares. If you like the softer side of thrillers this gives you a good run for your money and it can be even found on Kindle Unlimited which is a real bargain. There is the promise of a second book with the ending so one to watch out for in the future.
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