Deadly Secrets: The Truth Will Out… – My Review!!
Thrillers used to be one of my go to genres and I still enjoy them on occasion. When Deadly Secrets: The Truth Will Out… (A Lambeth Group Thriller) showed up in my recommendations, I jumped on the opportunity to read it!
Synopsis (from the author):
The truth will out…
Gavin’s life will be turned upside down. He joins a company to work on a product that will revolutionise the food industry. His initial gut instinct is to walk away until he discovers one of the company directors is the former love of his teenage life.
The financial implications are global and incredible. Powerful individuals and countries are prepared to kill as they compete to seize control of the company. Corruption at high levels, a deadly flaw in the product, and the stakes jump higher and higher.
Against overwhelming odds, Gavin must rescue his former love from the hands of an evil cult as they prepare her for a living nightmare.
What I liked:
Deadly Secrets hits the ground running and doesn’t stop. Fast-paced, full of action, and loaded with twists and turns, the book grabbed me and kept my attention throughout. I liked Gavin, and Emma, and the BARSCO organization was the sufficiently evil antagonist. The science added nicely to the story, and the attempt to corner the market on a food additive believable. Overall, a nice solid thriller!
What I didn’t like:
The various competitors for the food additive didn’t add to the story for me – especially the Russians. Additionally, for a shadowy government agency tasked with protecting Britain, the Lambeth group seemed a bit lost. Though it emphasized his human side, Gavin in action was a bit of a disappointment.
Deadly Secrets: The Truth Will Out… (A Lambeth Group Thriller) was a good solid read. The action, plot, and characters made the story enjoyable. I recommend this one to any thriller readers!
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