Friday, November 15, 2019

Danger Zone - by Stacy Claflin

© Stacy Claflin
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Alex Mercer runs a successful blog designed to help find missing children and bring them home. Now he has to decide whether to keep up with the important work he's doing through his blog or take it down to keep his family safe. There is a cyber-stalker threatening him, one who will go to any lengths to accomplish his goal. His wife and oldest daughter will soon find out just how far he'll go to get Alex to take down his blog. There's sinister work at hand, will Officer Alex Mercer be able to protect his family from Stalker420?

Simultaneously Alex's best friend, police Captain Nick Fleshman, is taking the next step with his combined family. Together with his fiancee and their four kids work begins on their recently purchased dream home. The only downside is that they have to dig through and clean out the belongings of the deceased ninety-year-old who used to live there. Before long Nick and his family discover more than just an old man's belongings...

Danger Zone was my introduction to the world of Alex Mercer. With that being said, I'd like to note that this is the 8th installment of this thriller series. I requested a copy due to the story's synopsis and the author. I've heard many good things about Stacy Claflin and have been wanting to check out her work for some time now. I was a little worried about starting this far into the series figuring I would be at a disadvantage character and history-wise. Luckily I was able to dive right in and did not want to stop. Danger Zone is a fast-paced, relatively short thriller with just over 200 pages. The writing was easy to follow and I quickly found myself sucked into each character's storyline. The few references to events from previous books just made me want to catch up all the more and luckily did not hinder my ability to follow along with Danger Zone's story. I'd recommend this book to anyone looking for a fast-paced, easy to read thriller especially those already familiar with the Alex Mercer thriller series. I'm rating this a 5 out of 5 stars!

Thank you to the Story Origin App and the author, Stacy Claflin. I received a free review copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review. I look forward to reading more about Alex Mercer!

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