The latest installment in M.A. Lawson's thrilling Kay Hamilton series, K Street finds the ex-DEA agent working solo to uncover the motivations behind a gruesome shooting at a covert intelligence agency in Washington, D.C.
It’s been almost a year since Kay Hamilton was fired from the DEA for going rogue. Since then, she’s been employed by the Callahan Group, a covert intelligence agency based in Washington, D.C. Her job description is as dubious as the people she works for, and the undercover mission that nearly killed her in Viking Bay has Hamilton questioning the legitimacy of her employers.
When Hamilton arrives at the Callahan Group’s K Street office to tender her resignation, she unwittingly interrupts a deadly heist during which the robbers have stolen the company safe and left her boss gravely injured. She knows that Thomas Callahan doesn’t keep much cash in the safe—the men must have been after something other than money. But before Callahan slips into a coma, he whispers a name that will lead Kay to an organization even more secretive than the Callahan Group: the NSA.
Gripping, cinematic, and endlessly entertaining, K Street is the third installment of M.A. Lawson’s Kay Hamilton series, which follows our tough, gun-toting, and fearless heroine as she sets out to find answers and exact revenge.
My first experience with this author and series turned out to be a great one. I plan to go back and read the prior novels to get to know more about the Callahan Group and Kay. Kay is a kick-ass heroine. She showed that she can play rough ball. I would rather be fighting along side her than against her. Besides being strong, she is also smart. Oh, and she does not care if you are male or female. If you get in her way, you better give her what she wants.
A good storyline with plenty of intrigue. Because the story was strong with equally strong characters, I was able to really get into this book. It moved fast. I would say that I was not too surprised by how the plot went or ended. Yet, I was not disappointed either. Kay is my kind of woman.