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Thursday, June 2, 2016

Kill Devil by Mike Dellosso






Jed Patrick is convinced he's doing all it takes to keep his family safe--new names, new location, new identity. But just when he thinks he finally has his life back, trained men claiming to be CIA agents break in and threaten his wife and daughter, proving once and for all his family will never truly be safe until he eliminates the agency dead set on hunting him down.Not knowing if Karen and Lilly are better off by his side or in hiding, Jed is determined to protect them while finding a way to use the classified information that he possesses to dismantle the Centralia Project. But he soon learns that eliminating Centralia may require compromising his own values. As danger escalates, Jed isn't sure whether there's anyone or anything he can trust--including his own senses.


About The Author


Mike Dellosso, writing also under the pen name Michael King, is the author of numerous novels of suspense, including Darkness Follows, Darlington Woods, and Scream. Mike is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers and is a popular conference and workshop teacher. He earned his BA degree from Messiah College and his MBS from Master's International School of Divinity. He lives in Hanover, PA, with his wife and daughters. Mike is also a survivor of colon cancer, diagnosed in 2008.


My Review
 
Mike Dellosso new book is a continuance of Centralia, and I have not yet read it, but Kill Devil picks up where that book left off, and I didn’t feel at all lost.
This book is about corruption at the highest levels of our Government, and is there anyone left to trust? Our hero has served his country in Afghanistan, and we flash back to his time there, and he is a renowned sniper, which now puts him in danger, along with his family.
These people will go to all means to make their plans work, and that includes using Jeb Patrick to do their dirty work. You will never see coming the lengths these people will go to, I rather guess one of their evil stunts, but still wasn’t sure. They hit him in the juggler by using his family, and what they do to his eight-year-old daughter Lilly is atrocious.
The author really made me think, and this may be far fetched, but could or is our government out of control? I also love the Christian factor in this story, Lilly is a little one of great faith, and God is with her when they torture her.
I do recommend you read this book; it will really make you think!
I received this book from the Tyndale Book Blog Network, and was not required to give a positive review.


1 comment:

  1. Thank you, Maureen, for the wonderful review. I'm so glad you enjoyed the book!

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