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Agent Sherlock is driving through downtown Washington on a Tuesday afternoon when her Volvo suddenly has a T-bone at an intersection. As her car spins out of control, a man’s body crashes through the windshield and then darkness.

When she finally regains consciousness in the hospital, she finds out about the accident and the man she hit. No one knows who he is or where she is anymore because she ran away. From the DNA, she learns that her name is Justice Cummings and she’s a CIA analyst at Langley…and she’s still missing.

Meanwhile, in the small town of Gaffer’s Ridge, Virginia, Special Agent Griffin Hammersmith rescues a kidnapped woman who claims her captor likely murdered three missing teenage girls. However, the man he accuses is the nephew of the local sheriff and a member of a very powerful family who are said to have psychic powers.

When the sheriff takes Griffin into custody and rescues his wife Carson DaSilva, he calls in Savich for help. Together they must make their way through a maze of lies to discover the truth of a terrible secret.

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Another exciting non-stop action-packed adventure! As always, there are two different cases to solve, and I can’t decide which one I liked the most, as they were both great. Yes, we have another winner for this awesome series.

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One is treason – Ouch! Me! As Sherlock drives to the gym to meet Savich, his car is hit by a black SUV. His car skids from him, where he hits several other cars, and a man, before finally stopping at a fire hydrant. Sherlock is rushed to the hospital where her most serious injury is a head injury and she has amnesia. Can you imagine how horrible it would be to wake up and have no idea who you are and not remember anyone around you, not even your own husband and child?

As Savich and her team watch all the videos of the accident, they come across something strange. The man Sherlock punched is missing, it seems he ran away from someone and the woman who punched Sherlock saw the man being punched. Coincidence after coincidence only piques Savich’s interest and they are soon on the trail of a traitor and a spy at the highest levels of the CIA.

The other case involves vacation agent Griffin Hammersmith. His last case had been long and difficult, and Savich had insisted he take a few days off. Griffin decided to visit a good friend in Gaffer’s Ridge, Virginia and spent a few quiet and peaceful days. While he was walking one afternoon, a call for help was heard, and again.

Finally finding the origins, he bursts through the door and sees a man pointing a gun at a woman. Griffin kicks the gun out of the man’s hand as the woman hits the man in the head with a piece of pipe. The woman, Dr. Carson DeSilva, and Griffin soon discover that they have a lot in common, but before they can explore, they must confront a sheriff, who also happens to be the gunman’s uncle. The whole town belongs to the man and his family, so justice will not be easy.

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Was this man responsible for the kidnapping and perhaps the murder of three teenagers? The investigation will be very difficult since the sheriff and his family will hinder them at all times.

This author always tells a very compelling story that is intriguing, unique and makes you wonder where he is going next. I love all the characters in the series and look forward to revisiting them in each new book. I think we could go with Dr. DeSilva, as Griffin’s love interest, he has a new addition to the mix.

Overall this is a great read and I highly recommend it, as do the other books in the series.

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