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by Sphere, 18 July 2017. ISBN: 978-0-7515-7004-5 (PB)
In this, the author’s
adult action thriller, we meet Alex, (one of her many aliases) skilled in the
gruesome art of medical torture for a scary, nameless and dark arm of the US government.Now a fugitive forever on the run from her
former employers attempts to eliminate her when they deem her a liability, one day
she opens an email from her ex handler that guarantees her safe passage provided
she undertakes one last assignment for the agency.
portrayed as a resourceful, analytical and likeable heroine, seizes the chance
of freedom and sets out to entrap her victim. What she doesn’t bargain for is
that she will become romantically involved, that the baddies morph into goodies
and together with some amazingly talented canines they form themselves into a
formidable fighting team.
author has broken the mould and successfully transitioned from her paranormal
YA Twilight saga to a gritty, tautly
plotted piece of writing.Although the first
few chapters are slow, it’s worth persevering as the pace does rev up and there
follows a long, tense game of hide and seek.
dialogue flows naturally and is amusing on occasion; the description of rural
USA is absorbing; the characters are convincing and the subject matter unique. The ending is unexpectedly ingenious and a
Stephenie Meyer graduated from Brigham Young University
with a degree in English Literature. Her debut novel Twilight
and the sequels New Moon, Eclipse and
Breaking Dawn are all international
bestsellers. In 2008 she published The Host, her first novel for adults which has sold none million copies. She lives with her husband and three
sons in Arizona
Serena Fairfaxspent her childhood in India,
qualified as a lawyer in England and practised in London for many years. She
began writing by contributing feature articles to legal periodicals then
turned her hand to fiction. Having published nine novels all, bar one,
hardwired with a romantic theme, she has also written short stories and
accounts of her explorations off the beaten track that feature on her blog. A
tenth, distinctly unromantic, novel is a work in progress. Thrillers, crime and
mystery narratives, collecting old masks and singing are a few of her favourite