Title: Firewall (FBI Houston Book #1)
Author: DiAnn Mills
My Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Sometimes the beauty of rereading a novel after time has passed is the enjoyment of rediscovering the intrigue. While some authors don’t use intrigue in story lines, DiAnn Mills is a master with not only intrigue but also suspense. When I finished this novel in preparation for reading her new book in the series, Doublecross, I again was astounded by the thrill of reading her indepth adventures.
The character of Taryn is one of woman who has overcome much, falls prey to a master deceiver and comes out the other side a totally new woman. If you’re looking for a spellbinding tale with good versus evil intent, murder, deceit and a new birth in Christ, this book is for you!
Taryn has a high IQ and tends to be shy, but the world of technology in which she excels comes with a high cost, especially when she develops one of the most promising programs to use in distributing natural gas overseas. Only two companies have been approved to transport and use the software, but there is an enemy who seeks ultimate control, who will go to any length to procure the software and Taryn’s talents if possible. The web of those involved in this treacherous game is wide and far, and Taryn isn’t sure just how much more punishment her body can take.
So does Taryn become a national terrorist? Is Taryn working for the FBI? Just how far and how fast can the team of special agents race to stop what might become a cataclysmic event? Grab your copy of Firewall, put your seatbelt on and be prepared to enjoy an adventure that is simply outstanding!
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