Sunday, December 11, 2011

Ionshaker Review

By Felix Timothy

About the book:

Trey's wife, his wife's shrink and his attorney are shot dead as his ex-girlfriend Robin Ironside disappears from an ICU ward. All of them knew about Ionshaker - a cutting edge nuclear arming/disarming software.

Brett - the lead FBI detective pursuing Trey - the sole murder suspect is soon framed for two new murders and becomes a fugitive just like Trey, when he learns about Al Fakir - a suspected Al Qaeda off shoot that has stolen Ionshaker.

Trey needs to rescue Robin Ironside, Brett needs to clear his name, the president needs to recover Ionshaker and Al Fakir needs to get the Ionshaker working again and there's simply no time. Before any of that can be accomplished, many will die, many scandals will be revealed, the security of the country will be jeopardized, and things will get really ugly. 

My Review:

Ionshaker was a thriller of a read.  There are twists and turns that keep you wanting more at every page. 

Ionshaker follows Trey after his wife is found murdered.  He is the main suspect, except he insists he’s innocent.  Trey must save himself and those close to him, including his ex-girlfriend Robin and her daughter Audrey.  Brett and Nicole are two FBI agents that are after him and finding the truth.  Meanwhile, they discover that this case goes much deeper and controlled by very powerful people.  As Brett and Nicole dig deeper, Brett finds himself being set up and framed, similar to Trey. 

Trey, Brett, and Nicole must work together to uncover the truth.  Together, they learn more about themselves and those they work for. 

Ionshaker is full of murder, adventure, mystery, and suspense.  Keep reading until the last page because it will leave you wanting more! 

Felix Timothy

Disclosure of Material Connection: An ebook was provided to me by the author for review.  No payment was received by me in exchange for this review nor was there an obligation to write a positive one. All opinions expressed here are entirely mine and may not necessarily agree with those of the author, the book's publisher and publicist or the readers of this review.  This disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255, Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. 


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