Thursday, 13 March 2014

Literary Agent by Sean Sweeney

This is Jaclyn Johnson's fifth outing. In this instalment she must investigate the bombing of a cafe in Detroit on Christmas Eve, which was used to cover up the kidnapping of an ex-FBI agent turned author. He holds some secrets that would cause chaos to the government if they ever got out. Before too long, Jaclyn and her boyfriend, British agent Tom Messingham, realise that they are dealing with a total madman. Can they stop him before any more bombs are detonated, or is National Security as we know it about to unravel?

This was another great instalment in what is fast becoming a must read series. It was nice to see Jaclyn and Tom working together again, and to see their relationship go to another level. The story flowed well, and I found it hard to put down. The ending was explosive, and there was a nice twist at the end. If I have any criticism, it would be that I was disappointed that Jaclyn didn't break out her best gadgets until almost at the end. it is really just a personal niggle though and does not detract from the action in any way. I am now eagerly awaiting book 6!

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