Sunday, May 16, 2010

In Harm’s Way
Hannon, Irene
Heroes of Quantico, 3
April 2010

Rachel Sutton, an artist and a pianist, never expected that a Raggedy Ann doll would change her life, but that is what it did. On a cold winter day, she finds a doll under a pile of garbage. She picks it up planning to return it to the nearby restaurant incase someone comes looking for it. But as soon as she picks up that doll, unspeakable terror flows through her until she drops the doll. Against her better judgment, she goes to the FBI with her story.

On a Friday afternoon, with no one else in the office, it falls to FBI agent Nick Bradley to listen to Rachel Sutton’s story. She seems like a normal lady with all her faculties in working order. So he is extremely surprised with the story that she produces. Nick cannot believe the story that she is saying, until he actually sees her reaction to the doll. With extreme skepticism he agrees to look into it. He is surprised when finds out that the Raggedy Ann doll is connected to a kidnapping case. Will he be able to protect Rachel and find the kidnapper on time?

The final installment in the Heroes of Quantico series was a treat. I extremely enjoyed it. Since the last Dee Henderson book came out, I have been looking for an author who wrote the same story line. And I believe I have found that in Irene Hannon’s series. The twist and turns were very interesting and Rachel’s past was very surprising. I enjoyed the chemistry between Nick and Rachel. It was also nice to catch up with the couples from the previous books in the series. I would highly recommend this book and series to anyone. And the good thing about it is that each book can be read as a stand-alone novel. I am eagerly looking forward to Ms. Hannon’s next book/series!

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