Thursday, December 26, 2013

A Date With Death by Ace Collins

Helen Meeker is back and has fewer than thirty days to stop the execution of an innocent pastor who has unbelievably confessed to being a Nazi spy. While on a case that has dynamic implications to uncovering an espionage ring operating on American and British soil, Helen defuses a hostage crisis in a bank robbery gone wrong, unearths an explosive coffin, and is introduced to a dead English hero who seems very much alive. The fate of an innocent girl and the world’s two most dynamic leaders depend upon Helen’s connecting the cases before Wilbur Shellmeyer faces a firing squad and Churchill and Roosevelt meet for a secret conference in upstate New York.

I really like Helen, special operative working for President Roosevelt. We first met her in The Yellow Packard (see my review here). She is gutsy, a good shot, and a superb investigative agent. She's mad at Hoover because he lets only men be FBI agents. She is the perfect female heroine.

There is plenty of action and mystery in this story. A hint of romance too. It is a page turner and I loved it. It's only Episode One so there is much more to come.

This is the first in the “In the President's Service Series.” Purchase the ebooks each month or subscribe to the monthly installments in a magazine style issue, readable on any device that will include interactive videos from the author. Enjoy a behind the scenes adventure where Ace Collins talks about researching this time period, including the cars, the music, a woman’s struggles trying to earn a place in many areas of law enforcement, the lives of world leaders, and much more.

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Ace Collins has published a number of novels and inspirational books. His works have been made into two network television specials and a CBS movie. He has written more than 2,000 magazine articles, appeared on every network morning television show, as well as CNN and FOX. One of his hobbies is restoring classic cars. He and his wife live in Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

Elk Lake Publishing, 155 pages.

I received a complimentary digital copy of this work through the Book Group Network for the purpose of this review.

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