On a cool October afternoon, the majestic blue sky above Dallas is polluted with
A white supremacist group claims responsibility, opening old wounds, turning neighbor against neighbor–fracturing the community.
A Southeast Dallas native, Booker T. Adams couldn’t be more invested in the city
With his career called into question and his family in the
If he fails, terrorism will reign in the city of Dallas.
mystery fan. Yeah, I know I have not read much of this genre lately, but I
do intend to rectify that. It was with
this in mind that led to my decision to read and review this title.
had no idea what I would be getting myself into. However, based on the blurb I figured this
was going to be an exciting and riveting read.
From the moment I began reading I knew I was right in my
assumptions. I was hooked and could not
wait to uncover the mystery of the bombings.
take kindly to fellow officers who feel that they are above the law. He is a by the book cop and will not lie to
protect his colleagues. It was this
belief that led to him facing a four week suspension with the likelihood of him
losing his job. Suspension however, does
not mean he stops acting like a cop. He was not about to let his not having a
badge or gun prevent him from doing what he knows best. He was further motivated when a bomb
explosion hit too close to home. He is
determined to find out who is responsible for this act of terrorism.
The story is told from the POV of Booker and the person who
is responsible for the bombings. This
allows readers to get a feel of what they are feeling and what motivates
them. I enjoyed reading about each of
the characters. The way in which they
were portrayed made it easy to relate to them.
you on your toes. It will keep you
guessing at every turn. It has all the
ingredients that make for a good mystery. If you enjoy spine
tingling mysteries and you are looking for a story that will keep you guessing
from one minute to the next then this one is for you.
A veteran of the corporate wars, former journalist, and true studier of human and social behavior, best-selling author John W. Mefford
John writes novels full of intrigue, suspense, and thrills, but they also evoke an emotional connection with the characters.
When he’s not writing, he chases three kids around, slaves away in the yard, reads, takes in as many sports as time allows, watches all sorts of movies, and continues to make mental notes of people and societies across the land.
John lives in Frisco, Texas with his beautiful wife, three opinionated kids, and a feisty fat cat who rules the world.
I received this book to review through Beck Valley