Apr 27, 2010

Book Review: In Harm's Way by Irene Hannon

"I shouldn't have come.

The knot in Rachel's stomach tightened, and she squeezed her laced fingers, whitening the knuckles. She'd never been claustrophobic, but the walls of the small, sterile interview room off the lobby in the glass and concrete FBI office building in downtown St. Louis seemed to be closing in on her. With each minute that passed - ten and a half so far - she grew more uncomfortable. The temptation to flee before she made a total fool of herself was strong.

But the vibes from the doll were stronger." In Harm's Way, pg 29.

When Rachel Sutton came across the dirty Raggedy Ann doll in the parking lot, she never expected that it would change her life. Just picking up the doll caused her to have a panic attack, so unusual. She can't just ignore the negitive feelings that the doll gave her, and so she takes it to the FBI. Special Agent Nick Bradley isn't sure what to make of this strange woman, who seems completely normal, except for her reaction to the doll. He's willing to drop the whole thing, until a local tabloid gets a hold of the story. Could there be more to Rachel's feelings than first meets the eye?

In Harm's Way is the third book in Irene Hannon's Heroes of Quantico series. I haven't had the opportunity to read the first two books of the series yet, but after reading In Harm's Way, I will be stopping by the book store and picking them up. This book was just to good to put down! I really liked Hannon's writing style, and the storyline pulled me along on a dangerous and suspense filled ride. I highly recommend this book.

Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

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