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Book Review

Lake Of Fire
by Mark Stevens

#4 in Allison Coil

Category:  Mystery

Average Rating:  4.0

A giant wildfire is roaring through Colorado's Flat Tops Wilderness. The massive blaze is wiping out Allison Coil's precious hunting grounds, and the flames have set their sights on the beautiful ranch owned by her boyfriend's family.

Allison and longtime friend Trudy are shocked to learn that a body has been found in the fire ravaged forest--a friend who was a reclusive environmentalist with an unorthodox idea for the battle against global warming. Along with reporter Duncan Bloom, Allison burrows into an underground group of anti-government extremists. As they strike close to home and hurt those closest to her, Allison vows hell might not be punishment enough for this cabal of sinister fanatics.


[2018-08-26 23:01:43]

Rating:  4

As with the previous book in this series, this is another mystery relevant to today's current events. It's obviously contrived to enhance the suspense, and successfully achieves that realistically. The main characters are likable and compelling.

Amy Johnson's performance is consistent. She has adopted these characters as hers. This remains a series I plan to follow.

NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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