In Shadow of Betrayal by Brett Battles, Cleaner Jonathan Quinn has agreed to do three tasks, no questions asked, in payment for a favor from his former boss. When the boss comes to collect will the cost to Quinn be too great?
Reviewer warning: This Review contains spoilers about the previous two books in the series.
In Pale Horse by Brett Battles, Implementation Day has arrived and Daniel Ash and his team are on hand to stop it but the devious Olivia has other plans. Now that the virus has been released, who will survive? Will Daniel ever see his children again and will those who seek to take over humanity succeed?
In No Return by Brett Battles, Wes Stewart leaves the dusty town in which he grew up as a teen with the strict instructions from his father to never return. Many years later, Wes finds himself in his hometown on the production crew of a travel show. Wes and the crew witness a fighter jet crashing. Wes is first on the scene and tries to save the pilot which leads to his being swept up in a conspiracy of deceit intertwined with the secrets he left behind.
Over the last five years, I’ve read 1,026 books. Some I’ve loved; some I’ve liked; some I’ve hated … and once I had a nice little bonfire in the sink in the symbolic expression of displeasure over the horrible, horrible main character. I read all genres except those with a religious, inspirational or self-help angle (exceptions are made for self-help if there’s a heavy dose of humor).
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