Monday, October 7, 2013

Dark Justice by Brandilyn Collins

I love a David and Goliath story and this is a great one.

Hannah is traveling a remote coastal highway with her dementia troubled mother when she happens upon an automobile accident. Stopping to help thrusts her into a suspenseful struggle against a terrorist organization determined to cause anarchy in the U. S.

The dying man surreptitiously slips a flash drive into Hannah's coat pocket. She later discovers it and sees that it shows an electrical transformer being destroyed. Terrorists posing as FBI agents visit her to retrieve the flash drive, but not before she has saved it to her own computer.

Hannah contacts the local police, giving them a copy of the video. But when the fake FBI agents return, Hannah is convinced the local police are in with the terrorists. She realizes she can trust no one and goes on the run. With the help of her daughter, a video specialist, Hannah hopes to understand the hidden clues on the video and stop the terrorists before it is too late.

This is a great novel of an individual trying to save the U.S. all on her own. It is full of suspense and gutsy moves by Hannah. She relies on her faith in God when it comes to standing up to evil.

I was impressed with the character development. Hannah is a “regular” woman yet has incredible inner resources upon which she draws when needed. Hannah's mother and daughter are well done too.

If you like a well written suspenseful story with an incredible female heroine, this is the novel for you.

Brandilyn Collins is a best-selling novelist. She is a three time Carol Award winner and has received inspirational Readers' Choice and Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice honors. She and her family have homes in California and Idaho.

B&H Publishing Group, 295 pages.

I received a complimentary egalley of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review.

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