Review of ‘Waterkill’ by Mark Donovan

WaterkillWaterkill by Mark Donovan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is about a terrorist organization that is plotting a huge attack on the western civilization. After a test attack grabs the attention of homeland security, they bring in Dave and his organization to help retrieve what they believe is the answer to the attacks on a remote village. Once this is retrieved, they are tasked with identifying what it is and of course…how to prevent/reverse it.

Dave’s wife, Dana, is kidnapped in Germany and so Dave begins a long journey of tracking her across countries and in the thick of it behind enemy lines. Thankfully, Dave isn’t alone and is joined by some military forces.

Dave faces life-threatening situations, confronts several terrorists, is forced to watch the love of his life slip through his fingers and feel the sting of betrayal from an old friend. This is a well written and well delivered book. It is sophisticated in writing style and the characters are defined with depth. We see the characters evolve and the pace of the book is steady with a constant stream of action and twists.

This book is an excellent read and I look forward to more work from this author.

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