Saturday, July 19, 2014

Operation Zulu Redemption Collateral Damage by Ronie Kendig

In this installment, the three remaining (healthy) women of Zulu Team get their mojo going. They refuse to merely sit in the underground safe house. They're climbing the walls. They want to be part of the action, part of uncovering who is behind the terrible incident five years ago.

We find out a little more about that incident too, as one of the women has a nightmare that visualizes what happened when all those children were killed. We are introduced to more characters, including the ultimate bad guy (but he remains anonymous). There's at least one new and suspicious character who is hiding something relating to the deadly past.

There is lots of action in this episode as well as a more insight into the minds of the characters. Kendig varies the point of view of the scenes so we get to experience action through the eyes of several characters. This episode has more emphasis on the romances the women have experienced in their lives since the deadly incident. For Teya, it gets her into trouble.

And we are left with another cliffhanger! Kendig knows how to leave us wanting more.

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, about 170 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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