Thursday, December 16, 2010

Dead Reckoning by Ronie Kendig

Terrorism and intrigue mark this novel set in India and the Middle East.  Shiloh blames her mother's death on her father's career as a spy.  She has committed her life to one of ocean diving.  Off the coast of India, however, her team of divers is attacked and she becomes involved in the very kind of espionage for which she hates her father.  Enter a handsome U. S. spy and the sparks of romance fly, in and through outwitting those bent on terror.  Not a bad debut novel.  I plan to read more from Kendig.
This was a free download for the Kindle (no longer so).  It was a good read but took a little longer than usual for this size novel as I am still getting used to e-reading.

Abingdon Press, 400 pages.

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