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Explosive Force by Lynette Eason

Dogs Are Family Too

Explosive Force by Lynette Eason is an exciting Christian contemporary suspense. It is part of the Military K9 Unit series but can be read as a stand-alone. I have not read the other books in the series that are by a variety of authors.

The search is on for a killer but along the way there are shootings and explosions. Someone is out to silence a military reporter.

Jealousy within the workplace means that trust is in short supply. The truth is buried as the lies rise to the surface.

There are strong family ties within the military as sons and daughters continue the family lines in the same roles as their fathers and grandfathers.

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Hostile Intent by Lynette Eason

A Thrilling Conclusion

Hostile Intent by Lynette Eason is a thrilling contemporary crime suspense. It is the fourth book in the Danger Never Sleeps series but can be read as a stand-alone. I have loved the whole series. It has been utterly brilliant.

There is an air of tension and suspense that wafts over the whole novel that made my heart race. Actions have consequences and it seems like someone is out for revenge. A life-times events are coming to a head. The reader ‘hears’ the killer’s voice and we know his name from the start. But we do not know why or why now?

Secrets have been kept over the years. As they trickle out, a character wonders if recent past events are quite as they seem.

A close bond has formed over the years between a father and his daughter. They love puzzles and are always on the same wavelength.

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Chasing Secrets by Lynette Eason

A Thrilling Conclusion

Chasing Secrets by Lynette Eason is a fabulous contemporary Christian crime suspense. It is book four in the Elite Guardians series and is a thrilling end to what has been a fantastic series.

Cold cases are unearthed as someone wants to finish what they started years ago. There is an exciting cat and mouse chase as the time is ticking by.

Greed and jealousy raise their ugly heads. It is never good when they rule lives.

Holding grudges hurts us far more than the other person. “Hating him doesn’t hurt him, it hurts me.” We need to let go and live free.

Freedom comes when we forgive. If we cannot do it in our strength, we need to ask God for His help.

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Moving Target by Lynette Eason

Nail Bitingly Good

Moving Target by Lynette Eason is a thrilling contemporary Christian crime suspense that I just could not put down. It is the third book in the Elite Guardians series but can be read as a stand-alone.

The atmosphere is one of terror, suspicion and suspense. A serial killer is playing a dangerous game and is the master of disguise and illusion. The game is deadly. I read with heart in my mouth.

The past is haunting a character who cannot let go of guilt. “When was the last time he’d felt peace?” The character has withdrawn from God. It is only God who can give us a peace that lasts in spite of circumstances.

Anger at God’s seeming inability to step in and prevent hurt, has kept a character from God. “He… thought about approaching the God he’d given up on long ago.” Ultimately a character knows that God will never give up on us and is just waiting for us to return home to Him.

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