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MoonHuntress (Volume 1) by Connie Shipley
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MoonHuntress (Volume 1)

by Connie Shipley

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While the thriller story line side of the book is very good and the tension mounts, the romance side of the book is kind of cliche'. The characters are well developed and all have their own stories which does make for an interesting read.

There are special op groups from all over the globe joining forces. This includes Mossad, SAS and the CIA - - their primary mission is to track down the origin of the Horus Co. and destroy it but this is not a simple task. Leading scientist have disappeared -- here one day and gone the next. Supposedly they died in different accidents or did they? As events develop the tension and excitement build to an action filled end.

On the other side is the romance story surrounding Bina the Mossad Agent. First it is a familiar tune: gorgeous spy, everyone falls in love with: an old acquaintance who is a Mossad agent, one SAS agent that she loves dies or does he? then she is in love with another agent and then at the end the reader is left hanging as to her future personal life. What annoyed me a little is 3 men in love with her and every one of them call her 'baby'. It kind of got old.

The ending of the book had too many loose ends. I realize this is to lead into another but everything was left in the air.

Like I said though, if you want to read Moonhuntress just as a spy thriller that part of the book is very good. Connie Shipley also did a great job with character development.

I received this book free from the author in exchange for a review. ( )
  Diane_K | Jun 23, 2016 |
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