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BOOK REVIEW: KILL CHAIN
BY MEG GARDINER

We hope you enjoy this book review by Patricia Reid.



The discovery of Phil Delaney’s vehicle at the bottom of a hundred foot drop sends Evan Delaney into a tailspin from which she will never completely recover. The police suspect that Phil has committed suicide since he is currently the subject of an investigation by an ambitious U. S. Attorney who is hoping for an indictment. Since Phil blew the whistle on a dirty government operation he had lost his security clearance and most of his consulting business.

Evan was convinced that her father would not commit suicide and her convictions were confirmed when she received a call from Phil’s kidnappers. Her only hope of fulfilling the kidnappers request was in a bundle of paperwork left her by Jakarta Rivera, an acquaintance of her father’s and a person who worked many times outside the law. A woman named Rio Sanger was insisting on receiving all information on a operation called Riverbend and was giving Evan 72 hours to come up with the answers.

Evan’s fiancée Jesse Blackburn had received a desperate phone call from Phil just before the kidnappers caught him. Phil begged Jesse to stop Evan from becoming involved but when Evan made up her mind there was no stopping her.

Evan began a journey that took her to Asia and then to London and finally back to the states with a desperate hope that her father could be saved. The characters seem so very real and the story comes to a startling finale. This is the best Meg Gardiner I’ve read yet.

REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID

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