Wednesday, July 13, 2016


The eighth installment is so exciting and fast paced, I was on the edge of my seat. Each episode in this masterfully written story gets more intense and completely captures readers' attention. I love the history of this story. The author takes us back to a time where Hitler has captured the attention of many. I loved  reading about the surroundings and the details of the clothing and the mannerisms of the characters.

Why does Hitler have his sites on a man named Nigel Armstrong? Does Nigel know something that could destroy Hitler? Helen is still trying to get over the deaths of her teammates when her sister arrives with a new assignment. Is Helen ready to take on the case? The interesting fact is four people who were getting treatment for polio have disappeared from The Warm Springs. Who else was there at the same time getting the same treatment for polio?

The story continues to draw readers with the intrigue and extradionary details  the author is able to write with intensity. Collins does  touch on a very interesting subject in the book. Can illness or tragedy be the punishment for sin?  It could be argued for and against but the dialogue is superb and really got me to thinking . Do we become ill because we have sinned against God? Whatever the answer is, it was a great subject to give readers something to think about. The next installment promises to be another fast paced edge of the seat high stakes mystery.

I received a digital copy of this book from The BookClub Network for an honest review.

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