Power Play by Rachel Dylan is a fabulous Christian contemporary political suspense. It is the third book in the Capital Intrigue series but can be read as a stand-alone.
Rachel Dylan has once more produced and executed a first-class plotline that had me glued from the start.
The characters are well drawn and realistic. As the action unfolded, I could easily picture the scenes due to comprehensive descriptions. The characters elicited a variety of emotional responses from me.
Suspicion is heightened and trust in short supply after two murders and one attack. The characters need to work out the perpetrator. I had my suspicions from the start – but was only partly correct. See if you can spot the villains.
Family is important. After the loss of her parents (years before the book opened, no spoilers here), the leading lady appreciates her sister even more.
The darkness of the night covers up the crimes. The light of day is needed to uncover the truth.
I have thoroughly enjoyed every book in the Capital Intrigue series. I am excited for whatever Rachel Dylan will write next.
Power Play would make a marvellous Netflix series – any producers out there please take note.
I received a free copy from the publishers. A favourable review was not required. All opinions are my own.