REVIEW OF THE SAMSON OPTION
The Samson Option was not hard to put down; it was almost impossible to put down. This story quickly takes the reader through more twists and turns than a thrill ride at Magic Mountain with scenes that make the skin crawl a la Stephen King. At any moment I half expected Cujo, the rabid Saint Bernard of King's novel by the same name, to jump in my lap and bite my neck. The character development is wonderful. The good guys are truly heroic and the bad guys are so bad they're absolutely venomous. The reader is included on both sides of the action as terrorists try to develop biological weapons of mass destruction and teams from the free world, including one led by the hero in the main plot line, attempt to stop them. This is a love story. It's a murder mystery. It's a story of political intrigue and spiritual awakening.
Reviewed by Paul McShane of Carlsbad, Good News, etc. April 2005
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