Friday, July 4, 2014

Operation Zulu Redemption: Overkill by Ronie Kendig

I'm hooked. I've read many of Kendig's books and this is the strongest opening yet. I was immediately captured by the action and the characters. The idea of an all female special forces team is unique and got my attention. That these women were involved in a special op they later learned had killed innocent people heightened the desire to know what happened. That these women are now being hunted and picked off by snipers intensified the suspense.

The short vignettes Kendig gives of each of the women reveals much about their character. Each story drew me in so that I wanted to know more about them. The mystery of the past event piqued my interest as it seems the event ruined one man's military career while enhancing another's.

At the end of this installment, I'm left with so many questions. What happened years ago? Who was involved and why did it go wrong? What will happen to these women? Who is now trying to settle the score by killing members of the team?

I eagerly await the next installment of the series. This first installment is free. Go here to get it.

Ronie Kendig is an award-winning author known for her action fiction. The combination of her degree in psychology and her knowledge of military life combines for intense scenes of compelling fiction. Find out more about her and her work at

Shiloh Run Studios, 73 pages.

I received a complimentary egalley of this installment from the publisher for the purpose of an independent and honest review.

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