Member Blogs > Journey of a BooksellerFlash Point: A Psychological Thriller by Colby Marshall

  • Fri, 02 Sep 2016 09:00:00    Permalink
    This is a creepy book.  Someone is playing games with her but she doesn't even know it.  When everyone in the bank is randomly and grossly killed, you have to wonder why.  They didn't even take any money.  They did take the videos, though.  And they gave them to the press...

    Severn House and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published October 1st.

    Jenna is paranoid.  She has a good reason to be.  Her mother is out of jail and rehab and she's still after her.  She has special codes to prove her child is safe with trusted caregivers.  She's very cautious about herself.  And now she has one of the biggest cases she's had in her life.  This is not an isolated incident and it was not done alone.  There are a dozen killers.  How did they find each other?  What do they have in common?  Why would they do this?

    While she's following the case and looking for clues, she has two enemies meeting and combining their strengths against her.  This whole story was tense.  I believe the next book might be even worse.

    When Jenna finally figures out who's involved and why, she has a general who thinks he knows all and almost sets off a national disaster by acting just like the individuals expected him to.  They were against the power being given to the dumb politicians and they were using the military's reaction to demonstrate just how bad it is.  It takes Jenna's quick thinking and reaction to keep it from getting worse.

    There's plenty of action, lots of brainwork, and a few crazy people involved, so you won't be bored reading this.  If you have a strong heart, give it a read.

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