Book Review

Tangled Webs by Irene Hannon – A Satisfying Conclusion to the McGregor Brother’s Saga

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Author: Irene Hannon

Publisher: Revell Books

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Publication Date: 2016

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Series: Men of Valor, book 3

Genre: Fiction; Romantic Suspense

Rating: 4 out of 5

REVIEW | Recuperating from a traumatic event is all Dana wants out of her off-the-grid haven. An editor by trade, her refuge – a cabin left to her by her grandfather, is soon the target of vandalism. Furthermore, her life is disrupted by the arrival of Finn McGregor; a seasoned Army Ranger recovering from scars (both physical and emotional) of his own. Though she didn’t plan for it, before long Finn becomes the person she relies most on. Similarly, Dana in Finn’s life becomes the person who helps him open up and heal. But with two such different paths before them, their separate lives and the danger that lurks, what does fate have in store for them? Continue reading “Tangled Webs by Irene Hannon – A Satisfying Conclusion to the McGregor Brother’s Saga”

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Trapped by Irene Hannon

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Author: Irene Hannon
Publisher: Revell
Publication Date: 2013
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Series: Private Justice – Book 2
Genre: Fiction; Contemporary Fiction, Romantic Suspense, Series
Rating: 5 out of 5

Review: The offices of Phoenix, INC. are a private investigative firm run by three professional former law enforcement agents, and today – much to his chagrin, James “Dev” Devlin is the only man available to take on the new case. What led librarian, Laura Griffith to their offices was a cryptic note from her young teenaged sister, Darcy – the girl has disappeared and worried sick over her welfare, Laura is anxious to see Darcy safely returned. Dev agrees to take the case, but long before the final clue is traced, he finds himself falling for Laura and he is willing to go to any length to be sure Darcy – and Laura are safe from any danger there may be somehow entangled in Darcy’s disappearance. Continue reading “Trapped by Irene Hannon”

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Vanished by Irene Hannon

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Author: Irene Hannon
Publisher: Revell
Publication Date: 2013
Series: “Private Justice” (book one)
Genre: Christian Fiction, Mystery, Suspense
Rating: 4 ½ out of 5

My Thoughts: Since re-discovering my love of a solid mystery novel, it doesn’t take much to embroil an interested reader such as myself in a good one. Few pages in, award-winning author, Irene Hannon addicts interest with her fabulous pacing and creative skills. Hook, line and sinker – all three elements are prominent in this mystery involving a credited reporter Moira Harrison whose accident on a lonely road one rainy night leads her straight to the doorstep of the detective agency Phoenix, INC. and more specifically Cal Burke. Now retired from law enforcement, Cal is skeptical when he hears Moira’s story of a woman lying in the road and a Good Samaritan who never dialed 911 but something about Moira intrigues Cal. Going against the clues, he takes the pro bono case, opening a Pandora’s Box full of secrets in the process. Continue reading “Vanished by Irene Hannon”

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Lethal Legacy by Irene Hannon

About the Book:
Author: Irene Hannon
Publisher: Revell
Publication Date: 2012
Series: “Guardians of Justice” (book 3 of 3)
Genre: Christian Fiction, Suspense
Rating: 4 ½ out of 5My Thoughts: RITA-award winning author, Irene Hannon brings the third story in the “Guardians of Justice,” or the Taylor siblings’ saga, to a close. As a detective, Cole is used to long hours and stressful work but he is tired of life in the fast lane – tired of having someone new on his arm every family event. When he meets Kelly Warren, a red-headed beauty who claims her father’s death was no suicide, Cole begins to re-evaluate his life, and he begins to hope that he has finally found someone to share his life – Kelly.  This is the basis for Cole’s story and it is one that, again feels a bit repetitive though having just jammed reading all three of these books in the span of a month, I think I can safely say, this is far and above a great read (even in comparison to Fatal Judgment). Continue reading “Lethal Legacy by Irene Hannon”
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Deadly Pursuit by Irene Hannon

About the Book:
Author: Irene Hannon
Publisher: Revell
Publication Date: 2011
Series: “Guardians of Justice” (book 2 of 3)
Genre: Christian Fiction, Suspense
Rating: 4 ½ out of 5

My Thoughts: Alison Taylor is finally recovering from the scars – both mental and physical, from the accident that robbed her of one of her most coveted dreams. Having one elder brother is bad enough, but Alison has two and she is about to her limit! Her detective brother, Cole is asking her to be his new partner’s date for a family wedding to deflect the wondering eyes and questions of the women with single daughters. Little does Alison – or Mitch realize that this one “favor” may turn out to be the start of something more. Continue reading “Deadly Pursuit by Irene Hannon”

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Fatal Judgment by Irene Hannon

About the Book:
Author: Irene Hannon
Publisher: Revell
Publication Date: 2011
Series: “Guardians of Justice” (book 1 of 3)
Genre: Christian Fiction, Suspense
Rating: 3 ½ out of 5

My Thoughts: Dedicated and professional are words that U.S. Marshal Jake Taylor lives by. He doesn’t slouch in his responsibilities but there may be a first time for everything. Barely home from his latest mission, Jake is called in on protection duty for a federal judge, only she turns out to be not just any judge but his best friend’s wife. Blaming Liz Michaels for the death of Doug, Jake may hold a grudge but he is determined that it won’t affect his work. Mourning the loss of her sister, who was murdered by a killer who thought he was pulling the trigger on Judge Michaels, Liz has never known why Jake doesn’t like her… but she even blames herself for Doug’s death. Now the two off them discover that there is more to the other person than first impressions. Opening, this is one book that starts too slow for its own good but that one “issue” doesn’t ruin what is otherwise an entertaining read albeit one that is, in my opinion flawed. Continue reading “Fatal Judgment by Irene Hannon”