“One down, one to go. Breaking into houses had never been on her top ten list of things to do with her weekend…”
As former law enforcement, Jackie Sellers knows better than to break and enter, but when the news flashes the face of a childhood friend as a person of interest in a terrorist plot, Jackie wants to know the truth about Ian Lockwood. The decision lands her on the wrong end of the killers’ scopes and at the top of the FBI’s wanted list.
With the killers seeming to know their every move and the FBI never far behind, Ian and Jackie are forced to run if they hope to live long enough to clear their name. However, their pursuit of the truth reveals that the terrorist ties reach far and high, even infiltrating the US government.
In No Place to Hide, Lynette Eason delivers a heart-pounding, spine-tingling conclusion to the Hidden Identity trilogy. From the opening scene, I struggled to catch my breath as Ian and Jackie went on the race for their lives. By the time I reached the last page, I felt like I’d been the one on the run. Eason masterfully built the suspense, keeping me riveted to every word.
Ian and Jackie are intriguing characters with compelling stories. Despite being ordinary people thrust into extraordinary situations, they possess the right skills (or at least know someone who does) to make their journey and the conclusion believable.
Seemingly unrelated characters unite to create an intricate web. The supposedly random events and people left me wondering how they could possibly connect. Yet by the end, Eason wove together every thread to create a fascinating, if not surprising image.
Although No Place to Hide easily stands alone, I strongly recommend the entire series. I enjoyed her Deadly Reunion trilogy, but Eason achieves a new, breath-taking level of suspense with the Hidden Identity series.
Review copy provided by publisher. Thanks!
**Originally posted on Life is Story.