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Feature book: Into the Firestorm

12 April 2017

Into the Firestorm by Kat Martin

One event changed Emma Cassidy’s life and she is determined to find and get justice.

Rudy Vance murdered the housekeeper and tried to sexually assault her young niece and he is determined to make sure that he and Ginny, Emma’s niece, will be together, forever. And so begins Emma’s quest to bring Rudy to justice. She has taken the time to get her bail bond licence, learn to shoot a gun and all manner of other skills she needs to capture this man. In the course of looking for information, she comes up against Luke Brodie.

Luke Brodie is a feared bounty hunter. Most people quiver when he starts asking the questions. He admires what Emma is able to achieve with the smaller fish but she should move aside while he retrieves Rudy. Luke doesn’t work with others or a partner. Emma tells him in no uncertain terms that she will find Rudy regardless, so Luke takes the approach that they can put their information together to find Rudy, and he can protect Emma. Then in one scary moment, the pair make a momentous decision, to share a bed while the case is active.

Luke and Emma get beaten up, shot at, chased, and close other operations while they try to find Rudy. The other thing they have to do is to find the mole in the FBI’s program, the one who is feeding information to Rudy.

There is a lot of action and suspense in this story. It does move quickly with new clues and information appearing. It is often hard in these cases to give more information about the story as it will give away some twists and turns that the reader should discover for themselves. I really enjoy Ms Martin’s suspense stories as they keep me turning the pages to find the final outcome. Importantly, the suspense aspect does not override the relationship. A great read.

Reviewed by Heather

A review copy of this book was provided by the author.


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