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The Invisible by Michelle Dunne

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The Invisible by Michelle Dunne is a thrilling contemporary novel that had my heart racing and my pulse rising. It is the second book in the A Lindsey Ryan Thriller series but can be read as a stand-alone. I cannot wait for more.

Lindsey Ryan is a very strong leading lady. She is an army veteran who has seen terrible things and is still suffering from guilt over things she cannot alter. Her heart is huge and she hates injustice. Her tough exterior contrasts with how she feels inside. She will do what she has to in order to see justice and righteousness prevail.

We see the role of a service dog to help lives. “Frank was the force that got her out of bed each day.” PTSD threatens to cripple but the love and bond of a dog brings a character back from the brink. Frank is very much a character in his own right.

The bonds made in the military remain. No matter how much time has passed or how many miles, your military buddies are there for you.

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