Review: NO PLACE TO HIDE / by Lynette Eason

No place to hideLynette Eason (Hidden Identity, 3)
Revell     ISBN 9780800722104
Adult     Rating:   5
no place to hide

Award-winning author  Lynette Eason concludes her contemporary suspense series with a man framed for a terrorism plot, and his childhood friend who wants to help him to prove his innocence.

In No Place to Hide, Jackie Sellers hasn’t seen her childhood friend Ian Lockwood for almost fifteen years until he suddenly appears on national TV as a person of interest to the FBI. Convinced he is innocent, Jackie tries to persuade him to go to the police. Afraid he will be killed before they clear his name, they run from the FBI and the bad guys who framed him. Who is framing him and why?

Jackie and Ian find themselves in the middle of a manhunt as they try to unravel — and prevent — the real catastrophe planned by the real terrorists. Just when the reader thinks they have identified the mastermind, that person is killed. Who is the real mastermind behind it all? Just how far will one friend go to help another?

As always, Eason is an excellent storyteller, weaving plot twists with character development in her books. No Place to Hide is filled with edge-of-your-seat action with chase scenes, light romance, and a realistic, plausible terrorist plot that might keep you up at night. The opening chapter grabs the reader’s attention and holds it through the twists and turns until the final page is read. The romance and faith are not overpowering. Ian is a believer, while Jackie struggles in her faith. Violence in the story is appropriate but not graphic.

Eason’s books will be of interest to fans of DiAnn Mills, Dee Henderson, and Irene Hannon. Recommended for adult collections in public libraries.

Carol R. Gehringer

Disclaimer: Book reviews are my opinion of books I either purchased or received free of cost from the publisher in exchange for a honest review. Thanks to Revell Reads for a free copy for the May 2015 blog tour.



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