Sunday, February 16, 2014

Blood Brother by Ace Collins (In the President's Service: Episode 3)

In this episode of In The President's Service, Helen has been shot by Fister. He's fooled the authorities by letting them catch his twin brother. But only Helen has that information and she's near death.

Rebecca, the laboratory working FBI agent manages to get a container of Fister's “supercharged” blood to Helen in time, accelerating her healing . It's a good thing too, because those bent on espionage are proceeding with their plans. And there is still that mole in the White House who needs to be uncovered.

And to make matters worse, one of FDR's economic advisers is kidnapped by the Nazi agents.

I love the 1940s feel to this series. I mean, when was the last time you read that someone “parked his keister” on a chair? It is also interesting to read about the Nazi propaganda. They had rewritten the Christian faith to make the Germans the chosen race and the Jews the ones who killed Christ.

As was the case with the previous episodes, this one ends with Helen in an impossible situation. This is an exciting continuation to the series.

Ace Collins has written more than sixty books, many of them best sellers.

Elk Lake Publishing. You can buy this episode here.

I received a complimentary digital copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review. The opinions expressed are my own.

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