Tuesday, April 20, 2010

In Harm's Way

Rachel Sutton was walking through the parking lot of a diner, when she came upon an old, Raggedy Ann doll frozen in the snow. She frees the doll and that is when the strange things start happening to Rachel. As soon as she comes in connect with the doll, she experiences a sad and terrifying vision. She doesn’t quite know what the vision is about but she knows she needs to contact the authorities.

FBI Special Agent Nick Bradley has seen many things in his career. He has a good instinct about people. When he sees Rachel’s reaction to the doll, he believes she is the real deal. Together Rachel and Nick will have to race against the clock to save a little girl before it is too late.

In Harm’s Way is the third and final book in the Heroes of Quantico trilogy. It can be read and enjoyed as a stand alone novel. This book also happens to be my first introduction to author, Irene Hannon. I liked the pretense of this story line. I felt that Rachel was an interesting character. She was nice and very smart. Nick and Rachel meshed well together. While, I liked this book, I felt it was a little on the weak side. The beginning drew me in and kept me there until about the middle and then flat lined some. The ending could have been better. Overall, In Harm’s Way was a pretty good book.

“Available April 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”

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