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    Border Patrol agents found a Quran dropped at an illegal border crossing... [*shiver*] In reviewing a suspense novel, I tend to judge according to the following factors: 1. Sympathetic protagonist(s) ***** 2. Believable motivations for the antagonist(s) ***** 3. Realistic 'threat' ***** 4. Well developed supporting characters ***** 5. Well researched background ***** 6. A sense of a ticking clock ***** 7. Some sort of 'twist' ***** 8. Satisfying resolution ***** 9. Other factors **** Everything about this novel about a terror plot on home soil met or exceeded my expectations. Kameldorn from Book 1 is back with a new identity, while the mild-mannered Jon Anthony bravely stuck his neck out after surviving an attempt on his life. I loved Jon's new friend, Mary, ["What is it with American's and their obsession with guns!"] while Farrar is back and shone in a new light. Everyone, from the frustrated DHS agents to the motivations of the villain was satisfying, and even though I never have any TIME to read for pleasure, I ended up blowing off WORK to finish up this book because, dang it! The clock was ticking and I needed to know how it ended! I always try to say something less-than glowing, so if I have one complaint, it is that I am a secular woman (my Facebook religion is listed as 'Mutt') and all of Dale Amidei's writing has a heavy Christian message. [*heretic eye-roll ... yes, mother, and I'll eat my broccoli, too*] The next-to final scene where Jon comes face-to-face with the villain was particularly gratifying. Broccoli ... not so bad covered with cheese sauce :-P This is the second book of this series I have read and I have already picked up the third.

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