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Caught between sinister world powers, Amber's faith is tested in ways she never dreamed possible. Danger escalates as Bo races to stop China's killer satellite from destroying America, and with Eva and Griff's help, to rescue Amber using an unexpected ransom.
Based on their exciting careers, Diane, former federal prosecutor, and David, former federal agent, blend insiders' savvy and surprising plot twists to ratchet up the tension in Hero's Ransom, captivating readers.
You won't blink from page one until the end. Could Chinese espionage disrupt your home town?
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Micah House Media
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
Doreen renewing strengthTampa FlAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5COMPELLINGFebruary 6, 2013Doreen renewing strengthTampa FlAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This review is from: Hero's Ransom (Kindle Edition)
I was privileged to read this book from our church library. I am encouraging men, women and students to read this book.
Amber Worthing is an archaeologist who is working on a dig in China in the Loulan province when she is jailed in a Chinese prison. Amber has no reason to be in this prison and each day becomes one of more and more difficulties. Left to die basically, she calls upon her small faith and intense love of her son to keep her from going insane.
Bo Rider, a CIA agent, has lost contact with an important Chinese asset. What has happened to SOLO and why is Bo unable to reach him thru their very intricate means of communicating without being in danger. Bo has sacrificed much for his position with CIA but cannot yet seek a lateral move without locating SOLO.
The story takes many twists and turns and the solution is not what you would have expected at all.
Diane and David Munson are excellent authors who have drawn from many life experiences as a Federal Prosecutor and undercover DEA agent. Their stories are what they classify as factional fiction.
KathyAge: Over 65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5The item is excellent reading.November 18, 2011KathyAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 3My biggest disappointment in the item is that I was unaware until after I made my purchase that this was not a "Kindle" book. Therefore, I have to read it on my computer which is not very convenient. I would not recommend it to my "Kindle" friends.
Ruth5 Stars Out Of 5Not put-downableSeptember 16, 2011RuthMeets Expectations: 5This book I read a little while ago. I sort of gulped it and did not take time to review. It's fascinating and hair-raising and nail-biting and... you get the point. There is some vicious behavior, so be warned. But do not let that deter you from reading - you'd miss a terrific tale. I understand about the ending - yet somehow wish for it to be different. And the spook has my sympathy. No life, huh? The artifact has me wondering: Could something like it still be around - and found? In real life? Lastly I want to say how much I enjoy reading a 'clean' book. No cursing, cussing or foul language! Yeah!
I do hope the Munsons are working on a next book and that it will be out soon.