Saturday, November 6, 2021

Lights Out (The SNAP Agency #1) by Natalie Walters

My thoughts: 
This was an exciting, fast paced, intriguing story. I love the writer's style. I think the characters were well drawn verbally and their banter and actions kept the story moving.

This is just a story, but the reality of the scenario is disturbingly on spot. Terrorism on our own soil by seemingly innocuous individuals is a possibility too true. Smuggling in illegals for nefarious purposes is a sobering reality.

This book, though fiction, should be a wakeup call to government and private sectors and to people from the little man nestled away in his work place to corporate giants. 

I highly recommend this book and am looking forward to others in "The SNAP Agency" series.

About the book: CIA analyst Brynn Taylor developed a new program to combat terrorism, and she invited members of foreign intelligence agencies to America to foster cooperation between countries. Now one of them, Egyptian spy Remon Riad, is missing.

Jack Hudson has been working for the Strategic Neutralization and Protection Agency (SNAP) for almost nine years and takes the lead in hunting down the missing spy. But he isn't at all pleased to find out Brynn is involved. It's hard to trust a woman who's already betrayed you.

Every lead they follow draws them dangerously deeper into an international plot. Kidnapping, murder, explosions, poisoning--the terrorists will do anything to accomplish their goal of causing a digital blackout that will blind a strategic US military communications center and throw the world into chaos.

DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given.

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