Friday, April 1, 2016

Review: Window of Death DJ Erfert

Window of Death by DJ Erfert

Book Description:

CIA Agent Lucy James’s undercover reentry into the US doesn’t go as planned. The human coyote smuggling her and more than a dozen illegal aliens across the southern border into Arizona abandons them. Their group scatters. But Lucy is soon rescued by two US Border Patrol agents. After they hear shots fired in the distance, the hope of finding the others alive plummet. Ruthless border bandits methodically track and kill the illegals for the contraband-filled backpacks each man carries.

When Lucy has a premonition—a window into the future—she sees one of the agents killed by the same bandits. She must gain their trust in time to stop the bandits from continuing their murder spree, and find the missing backpacks containing the deadly packages before the US has its first mass terrorist attack since 9-11.

My Thoughts:

If you follow my blog, you know I read mostly clean romance and women's fiction, and Window of Death doesn't exactly fit into this category. Yes, there's romance. And strong women who have to deal with issues. But this book has more. More drama. More crime fighting. More suspense. And I loved it! Part of the reason I don't usually read action books like this one is the language, but Window of Death only has a few swear words of the most mild variety. This is the second book in a trilogy, and I admit, I haven't read the first book yet, but I was not lost at all. I connected with the characters and rooted for them, and I was completely hooked wanting to know more about the main character's past and was fascinated by her ability. In fact, I'm going back to read the first book because I enjoyed Window of Death so much, and since I have to bide my time waiting for book three to come out . . . Anyway, read it--it's fast-paced, smart, and engaging--and you won't be disappointed.

*I received a complimentary ebook copy in exchange for my honest review.

Window of Death by DJ Erfert

is available in Paperback & eBook