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review 2017-12-12 16:10
Beware if Leine Basso has you in her sights – The Last Deception by D V Berkom @dvberkom
The Last Deception: A Leine Basso Thriller - D.V. Berkom

The cover for The Last Deception by D V Berkom shows Leine Basso as I see her. I love when a cover fits the characters and the story.

 

I have been reading D V Berkom’s novels for some time now, and eagerly grab them and begin reading as soon as they arrive. Check out this and some of my other reviews and you will see why.

 

So…let’s not waste any more time.

 

The Last Deception (Leine Basso Thriller #6)

 

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MY REVIEW

 

I love kickass female protagonists and Taylor Dean supplies me with one of my favorites in the Leine Basso series and The Last Deception. These books stand alone, so no worries there, but once you start, you won’t want to stop.

 

We start right off with action, kicking down doors and bullets flying, as she heads off to Libya to rescue 15 year old Munira from terrorists. She had been kidnapped, brutally abused, then when they were finished with her, they sold her to sex traffickers.

 

Leine thought she left her past behind, until a friend calls her for help.

 

Maskinovka – Deception. American lives are on the line and the clock is ticking. Danger and political intrigue. Who to trust. How do you find answers without tipping your hand to the wrong person?

 

Some would call Leine’s actions rash, but she called them expedient. Sometimes split second decisions must be made, to accomplish the mission. Leine will put her life on the line to do what is right. I know, or at least I think I know, that DV Berkom will not kill her off. 

I love a character who knows who they are. I have been with her through many trials and tribulations and love the person she has become. BUT, I loved her before, too.

 

The cover depicts my image of Leine. I can see her, laden with all the latest military goodies, crawling through the jungle, reconning, taking fire and dishing it out.

 

The writing and pacing keep the story moving and I travel from place to place, danger to danger, reading and wondering where it will all end. Sometimes your enemy is your friend and I love D V Berkom’s ability to make the story and characters read true. She does her research and it shows through her words. Great job D.

 

I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of The Last Deception by D V Berkom.

 

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos  4 Stars

 

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My Reviews DV Berkom’s Leine Basso Thrillers:

 

My Reviews for DV Berkom’s Kate Jones Thrillers:

 

 

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text 2017-12-09 20:37
Reading progress update: I've read 294 out of 437 pages.
The Spy's Daughter - Adam Brookes

my goodness!--Pearl has made a bold, daring decision in the wake of all the lifelong illusions crumbling down around her. but I'm scared for her. Mangan may not be able to help her.

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text 2017-12-09 01:02
Reading progress update: I've read 104 out of 437 pages.
The Spy's Daughter - Adam Brookes

I love all the far-flung plot threads. how does it all connect? and as daughters of spies go, Pearl is a treat. very cool--even wears a Doctor Who shirt. very smart young lady! the bad guys will be after that big, juicy brain of hers, if they don't have their hooks into it already...

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text 2017-12-08 14:51
Reading progress update: I've read 31 out of 437 pages.
The Spy's Daughter - Adam Brookes

why did I skip from the first book in this series to the third? I don't know...I'm funny that way. as far as the few pages of this I tackled go--sinister scenes mixed with harmless-seeming domestic or chatty scenes. but Mangan is already in trouble, even though all he wants to do is hide and live his cover for a while. looks like that is about come to an abrupt halt.

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text 2017-12-08 01:55
Reading progress update: I've read 1 out of 437 pages.
The Spy's Daughter - Adam Brookes

 here we go again with the spies!!

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