Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Possession - a Tyndale Review

Possession, written by Rene Gutteridge was a pleasant thriller. If you're looking for clean suspense, this is your book. I've not been a big fan of mysteries, but books like this make me change my mind.

Vance Graegan, main character in the story, was a cop involved in the D.C. sniper case. Having dealt with the stress of his job long enough, Vance decided to move his family to California in an attempt to start his life anew. However, upon leaving, the movers decided to hold his family's possessions for ransom (due to the condo being too far from the curb), creating a chaotic situation in which Vance was determined to surpass. After a confrontation with Joe the mover, Vance began an investigation, and things begin to quickly heat up.

If you like a good mystery, this one won't disappoint! If you're interested in reading the first chapter (for free!) click {here}!

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