Tuesday, November 22, 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Mrs, John Doe by Tom Savage

Mrs. John DoeMrs. John Doe by Tom Savage
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review

Nora Baron is an actress, acting professor, mother of a college age daughter and wife of a CIA operative. She gets pulled into the middle of an illegal arms deal when all she thought she would have was a minor role to play, but her husband is taken and she has to follow his trail all over England and France. The stakes are high and Nora doesn’t know who to trust, when good guys are bad and bad guys are good. Nora’s acting skills come in handy and she will do anything to get the love of her life back while not being abducted or killed herself.

I loved nora's character. She's tough and self-sufficient, and she doesn't allow fear to cripple her. At the same time, she's not an obnoxious superhero who can do no wrong. A fun, thriller that had me burning the midnight oil turning pages, and full of surprises and twists and anything but sluggish.


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