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    A suspenseful novel with a hint of romance

    Out of Time is a highly suspenseful novel with a hint of romance. When Erin is sent under cover to Cuba to track down a missing operative, she goes in the guise of a daughter looking to reconnect with her father whom she has not seen since she was a child. In a country rife with suspicion and paranoia, Erin has to tread carefully, but nevertheless manages to step in a load of trouble without much effort at all. Fortunately her friend from a previous operation, who has more than professional feelings for her, follows up on a hunch to ensure her safely, thus discovering just how much trouble Erin is in. Alec isn't satisfied to leave things as they are, and goes in after Erin and finds his worst fears are justified. This tension inducing novel is underscored with the emotional drama being played out as Erin and her father meet and feelings surface between father and daughter. When Erin is in danger, her father comes to her rescue, arousing emotions in both of them. As the book comes to a climatic ending, one can only feel the horror and sadness experienced by Erin as she realises the kind of man her father is. However, she has a duty to perform and to this end Alec stays right with her, aiding her to the end. This is an emotional read as well as a good suspense, leaving the reader feeling slightly sad and undecided about the outcome and whether justice has been carried out. An excellent book with depth, and beautiful descriptions of Cuba, whilst at the same time carrying one along into the unfolding drama.
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