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  • I like a good spy story mixed with a mystery of its own it was different

    • by LP Jardine
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      “Deadly Grace” is quite a fast paced thriller.

      FBI agent, Alex Cruz has been sent to talk to a Person of Interest in a double homicide in England. The Person of Interest is Jillian Meade in a small town in Minnesota.

      When Alex arrives, he finds Jillian in the local hospital Psycho ward. Her mother was killed in


      a similar manner to the women in England.

      Jillian becomes the prime suspect. Her doctor however, won’t let Alex speak to Jillian. She has given Jillian a notebook and told her to write down her thoughts.

      Jillian writes down exactly what happened in England and what she found out about her own mother, Grace. Grace was supposed to have been ...


      • a apy on the allies side in WW2. What Jillian discovers shocks and dismays her.

        In the meantime Alex is trying to discover from the locals the strange relationship between Jillian and her Mother who she had been estranged from.

        This book is written from the points of view of both Alex and Jillian and only right at the end does

        it explain why. Alex is needed to figure out the final part of the puzzle for Jillian. She has been made to believe that she is the daughter of two local heroes, however only her father was the hero.

        This is a good book. I like a good spy story mixed with a mystery of its own it was different.




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