Jed Patrick is convinced he’s doing all it takes to keep his family safe—new names, new location, new identity. But just when he thinks he finally has his life back, trained men claiming to be CIA agents break in and threaten his wife and daughter, proving once and for all his family will never truly be safe until he eliminates the agency dead set on hunting him down.
Not knowing if Karen and Lilly are better off by his side or in hiding, Jed is determined to protect them while finding a way to use the classified information that he possesses to dismantle the Centralia Project. But he soon learns that eliminating Centralia may require compromising his own values. As danger escalates, Jed isn’t sure whether there’s anyone or anything he can trust—including his own senses.
Mike Dellosso is the author of several novels of suspense, an adjunct professor of creative writing and popular conference teacher, a husband, and a father. Born in Baltimore, Mike now resides in southern Pennsylvania with his wife and four daughters. His latest novel is Centralia.
I recevied a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review Q&A--
- What did you not like about the book and why? I found it to be a little over descriptive and thought that if the author could have cut half of the words and still created a good book.
- What did you learn? Not to trust anyone--No, but I did find this to be a real thinking type of book.
- To whom would you recommend this book and why? Well, this style is not for younger children. I would think that an adult with a love of God and mysteries would enjoy this.