Saturday, December 5, 2015
Book Review: Game of Lies (O’Connor & Kincaid, #2)
Title: Game of Lies
Author: Tess Diamond
Stars 4 out of 5
Game of Life is the second book in the O'Connor/Kincaid. Book two starts right back up from where book one leaves off. Senator Thebese is still a horrible father unwilling to give the kidnapper what they want with exchange of his diabetic daughter.
The plot thickens as they learn the true identity of the kidnapper giving the story a boost. I honestly enjoy this story but I wish the author had made it one full length novel bringing in more background detail, more depth that would pull me, instead by the time I was invested in the novel it came to a quick end with a cliffhanger.
I needed more of everything, personal connections, angry and more background that gave me the details to fill in what was missing.
As a while I would rather have Tess write this as a full length novel than three short stories.
Time is running out for Special Agent Maggie Kincaid...
A Senator daughter has been kidnapped, and the FBI’s best hostage negotiator Agent Kincaid knows something isn’t right. What started as a routine case has spiraled into political conspiracy - with a young girl’s life on the line.
Teaming up with ex-forces security expert Jake O’Connor, Maggie must fight the victim’s family and her own FBI bosses to rescue the innocent girl trapped in the middle of this dangerous game - before it’s too late. But when clues from the case trigger memories of her own kidnapping, she discovers that her past demons might be the most deadly enemy of all.
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