Friday, April 11, 2014

review: far gone by laura griffin

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Even though she’s facing a very big problem in her professional life, Detective Andrea Finch is willing to throw it all away to protect her younger brother who seems to have gotten mixed up in an anti-government plot. As with Laura Griffin’s other books, Far Gone features a strong female lead with a male counterpart to play the love interest and assist in the case. Andrea is an excellent flawed heroine—she loves her brother to a fault and sometimes gets in the way of her own best interests. The magnificent storytelling that’s standard for Griffin features her hallmarks of a gripping plot that beautifully combines suspense with a hint of romance. Although not part of the Tracers series, Far Gone makes a few references to the Delphi Center which is a nice little extra for fans.
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