A Murder of Crows (James Hicks) by Terrence McCauley


Reviewed by Jud Hanson

A Murder of CrowsWelcome to The University, a super-secret group created by a former President which serves the Intelligence community. Known to only a select few. The University has been integral in defending America against its enemies. James Hicks, hero of the successful effort to stop a devastating bio-weapon attack, is the newly appointed Dean of the University. His first task is to find and eliminate the person or people behind the attack. However, there are some in Washington who dislike The University and would see it destroyed. Hicks must find a way to watch his back while trying to juggle the multiplying demands of his new job if he and the organization he leads are to survive.

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A Murder of Crows by Terrence McCauley is the 2nd entry of the new James Hicks series. It picks up shortly after McCauley’s inaugural book of the series, Sympathy for the Devil, which I have not yet read. However, based on this book, McCauley is a rising star in the genre of thriller fiction. His characters are real, the plot engaging and fast moving. Admittedly, secret government groups are not a new plot element but McCauley successfully pulls it off in a fresh and interesting way. I look forward to the continuation of this series and rate it 4/5 stars.