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The Traitor's Pawn (Book Review)

By Benjamin H. Liles

While I have at least one other book that Lisa Harris wrote, I have to say I found this book to be a true heart stopper. She starts this book off with a character either dying or being close to death, due to a sniper aiming for the main character but missing. Most books I glance through and get the gist of, and then there are books like this one that Lisa has written that just hooks you in from page one.

To me, it seems that I love books like this. It's a bit of a high stakes, race against time, got to find out who did this and put that rabid dog down kind of a read. Where when you get so invested and into the book you don't ever want to put it down and simply. Keep. On. Reading.

At any rate, I have to admit this has been one of my favorite books lately. And as far as I can tell there are many more delightful books Revell will be releasing this year that I cannot wait to be able to read and review. So, to say this for Lisa Harris: keep writing those hit books, and delivering on believable story lines, and characters. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell for an honest and fair review.

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