Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Bloody Point by Linda J. White - Review

Disclosure: the following post contains some advertisement for book and author.
I was given the book in exchange for reviewing it.*
FBI agent Cassie McKenna is trying to solve a mystery like her life depends on it -
and it does!
Young FBI agent Cassie McKenna takes a leave from the Bureau to try to find serenity on the beautiful Chesapeake Bay. But serenity is the last thing she finds. Breakneck twists follow the chilling realization that a series of strange events are anything but a coincidence, and if Cassie's hunch is correct, there's more at stake than she ever dreamed.

About the Author:
By day, Linda J. White writes editorials for The Free Lance-Star, a newspaper in Fredericksburg, VA. By night, she plays the “what-if?” game, entangling engaging characters in “white-knuckle” plots. Linda’s husband, Larry, was a video producer/director at the FBI Academy for over 27 years. Married since 1970, they have three grown children and now live with two dogs and two cats on two beautiful, wooded acres in Virginia.
You can visit Linda’s website at www.lindajwhite.com  or connect with her on Twitter and Facebook

Today, I am welcoming guest reviewer, my friend Starr. The following is her opinion of the book.
Bloody Point is a FBI thriller.  Cassie McKenna’s character  has been through a lot of sorrow and questions her faith and her job as a FBI agent.   It isn’t until she suspects that her ex-partner is in grave danger that she decides to get back into the game.  There are some good suspenseful and quiet moments in this book.  You see God’s hand working in each person’s life in very different ways.
The main setting is on Chesapeake Bay and a lot of the action takes place on the water.    I really enjoyed the sailing and water aspect of it.   The author has a great way of describing the area and the people.  It made me smell the salt water and feel the breeze on my face.

I was blessed with this book by the author in exchange for reviewing it.

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