Lydia Mitchell was married to a FBI agent.  She was on her way home from a meeting when her car died.  A minister that also attended the meeting stopped to help her when they saw three men dump a large limp object for the bed of the pick up and heaved it over the side of the road.  Then the men noticed Lydia and the minister.  They killed the minister and thought they had also killed Lydia.

Matt Hogan worked uncover for the FBI. “Working undercover meant more than a fake driver’s license and a fictitious name. It was living as a liar for hours, days and even months at a time. It meant becoming one of them without becoming one of them.” Unlike Hollywood, there were no retakes- a botched line, a missed mark, a mistake-could mean instant death. Matt Hogan walked in the flames many times; he experienced the fire.”  But he was the Best!

He wanted to work on finding the men that left a fellow FBI agent’s wife for dead and had dumped the body of a young woman off the road.  But this case was much more involved than finding some thugs.   The assignment takes him in the world of Russian organized crime, neo-Nazis, and the sex-slave industry.

I think this book was very well written and made me appreciate the fact that my husband didn’t work for the FBI! This isn’t the type of book that I really enjoy. It seems like it is a  “man’s book”.

I would like to thank B&H for giving me a complimentary copy of this book to read and review.


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