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Review: End Game

11 May Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: End Game
Review: End Game

End Game by Rachel Dylan
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Christian Fiction
Publisher: Bethany House
Publication Date: January 2020

When a book gets my heart pumping, I know the suspense is off-the-charts! End Game by Rachel Dylan had that effect often throughout, and added in a hefty dose of breath-holding.

FBI Special Agent Bailey Ryan gets called in when a Navy SEAL is found murdered. As she arrives on scene, so does take-charge NCIS agent, Marco Agostini, who informs her that NCIS will be taking over the case. Since the SEAL’s murder was actually the second with very similar MOs, Bailey informs Marco that she is there to stay. All evidence in the case points to another SEAL, but Bailey is unconvinced of his guilt. Working together, they uncover a conspiracy that seems to reach into the Department of Defense and the CIA. As the body count mounts, and attempts on their lives grow increasingly desperate, can Bailey and Marco stay out of the crosshairs long enough for their team to solve the puzzle?

If you are looking for a great suspense book with a side note of romance and faith in the God who sees, pick up End Game. Rachel Dylan’s knowledge of the workings of the law brings a strong background to the story.

 

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