Killer Pursuit: An Allison McNeil Thriller

I received an advanced review copy of #KillerPursuit to review and I have to say that it is a AWESOME read!  I would recommend it to anyone. This book follows Killer Within but it is a stand alone so you don’t have to read Within to understand what is happening in Pursuit.

The main character in this book is Special Agent Allison McNeil.  Allison is asked by FBI Director Clarence Mason to do an off the record investigation of a murder than happened in a Georgetown home where a high society call girl is murdered.

The bedroom the murder took place in had cameras in it but one of them has had its memory deleted and the other is connected to the internet but it’s being sent through an encrypted connection and nobody knows where it’s being sent to.

Allison hears rumors that the deceased call girls client list might have included the FBI directors political enemies and that causes Allison to wonder about the directos motives since she is working the case off the record.

Once Allison begins to work on the case and searching for the video she realizes that there’s someone else/others looking for it as well and the one that is searching for it the most extensively is the killer.

If you wish to purchase this awesome thriller for yourself, you will find it here.  This book will be published on January 18, 2016. I would recommend this to anyone that is a fan of thrillers. It will keep your attention from the very first page all the way thru to the very last page and at times you will be on the edge of your seat.

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**I received this free in exchange for my unbiased and honest opinion.**

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