Tuesday, April 4, 2017


Deep Extraction (FBI Task Force Book 2) by [Mills, DiAnn]
A pacemaker should have saved oil and gas magnate Nathan Moore’s life. Instead, it provided his killer with a seemingly perfect means of execution.

A bombing at one of Nathan’s oil rigs days earlier indicates his death could be part of a bigger conspiracy, a web Special Agent Tori Templeton must untangle. But her first order of business is separating the personal from the professional—the victim’s wife, her best friend, is one of the FBI’s prime suspects.

Clearing Sally’s name may be the biggest challenge of her career, but Tori finds an unexpected ally in the newest member of the task force, recently reinstated Deputy US Marshal Cole Jeffers. As Tori and Cole dig deeper into Nathan’s personal and business affairs, they uncover more than they bargained for. And the closer they get to finding the real killer—and to each other—the more intent someone is on silencing them for good. AMAZON  5 STARS

A really good INTENSE  book. There are plenty of twists and turns; something that I really like. It had me at the edge of my seat most of the time.  
It had really good main characters.  Both Tori and Cole are great professionals who are facing professional and personal challenges .  One of those personal challenges was because they have been personal friends to Nathan and Sally and their family.  This was the first time that they had met in person though. So that alone is going to cause some rough waters as they try to find out the truth of who actually murdered Nathan.  And there was so much more to be found out too. Nathan's personal assistant, Anita Krantz  posed a lot of problems.  She was so changeable in the way she interacted with the investigation.  She was slippery at times, making me wonder who the heck is she really?  Another person to throw a spanner in the works is the other investigator Max Dublin (Tori's partner).  He was so narrowed minded and opinionated that it made ME want to grind my teeth.  But he did add to the story, no way around that.  He was also dealing with a life threatening illness, which also added to his and others difficulties.  There are also other secondary people in the story and they keep things really interesting too.  There are plenty of suspects to both the murder and the violence at the oil rig sites.  Just about the time they think they have the right suspect in their sights, things abruptly change. 

I really enjoy most of this author's books and this one didn't disappoint either.  

There is also a YouTube link for the book trailer:  Deep Extraction Book Trailer

Tyndale House Publishers has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book and this is my honest opinion of the book.  

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