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by Nikki Owen

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The Killing Files – An Exciting Thriller

The Killing Files from the author Nikki Owen is the second book in the Project Trilogy, and this needs to be read after Subject 375. If you try to read this as a standalone book or out of sequence the characters and storyline will not make much sense, so please be warned.

Dr Maria Martinez is not only the main character but also the narrator of the story, so we see the world through her eyes and at the same time need to remember that Maria is on the autistic spectrum, so she tends to have a very unique way of looking and interpreting the world around her. It is her friends that connect her to the world around her and it is through them and with them that she is able to conquer the various precarious situations she finds herself thrown in.

Throughout the story you have to get used to a split narrative of the present, when she is being held captive and 34 hours before hand. It does not help that Maria had been freed from prison for a crime she did not commit and is in hiding. She is in fear of Mi6 and the project who are going to be scouring the earth to find her and eliminate her at their first opportunity. Maria needs to try and work out what has happened to her and why.

Without giving too much away, she knows she has been captured and with all the security measures that she had in place, she tries to work out how they found her. Was it sheer luck or was she betrayed, all Maria knows is that she will have to put everything together through her own private rituals.

Nikki Owen once again delivers a book with crisp clear prose and a pace that really draws the reader in to Maria’s world. There is plenty of action throughout the book with added intrigue the further you work yourself in to the story.

Nikki Owen has delivered with The Killing Files another exciting thriller in this trilogy series. ( )
  atticusfinch1048 | Jun 15, 2016 |
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