Sunday, August 10, 2014

Operation Zulu Redemption: Act of Treason by Ronie Kendig

At the end of the last episode, Teya was shocked to see her stepfather. She finds out that his death six years ago had been faked. He was not who he had portrayed himself to be when he had married her mother. He is, in fact, Red Wing, one of the powerful men connected to the disaster at Misrata.

Another Zulu team member is laid to rest. Trace fights to keep the names of his team members from being made public and sealing their doom. Then he has to face another congressional inquiry.

The action accelerates in this episode as good guys might be really bad guys – or are some of the bad guys really good guys? The lives of the team members are at risk when Trace tries to set a trap to catch the one responsible for it all.

There are enough twists, turns, and betrayals in this last episode to definitely make it the most exciting one yet. Well done Kendig. This episode ends with a bang (in more ways than one)!

Tell me this is not the end of team Zulu! Tell me there is more on the way...with new team members. I'll be watching for more of this exciting series.

See my reviews of earlier episodes: Overkill – the Beginning, Collateral Damage, Out of Nowhere and Hazardous Duty.

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. Find out more about her work at

Shiloh Run Studios, around 188 pages.

I received a complimentary digital copy of this episode for the purpose of an independent and honest review.

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