About the Book
Young CIA officer Talia Inger has reconciled with the man who assassinated her father, but that doesn’t mean she wants him hovering over her every move and unearthing the painful past she’s trying to put behind her. Still, she’ll need him–and the help of his star grifter, Valkyrie–if she hopes to infiltrate the Jungle, the first ever crowdsourced crime syndicate, to rescue a group of kidnapped refugee children.
But as Talia and her elite team of thieves con their way into the heart of the Jungle, inching ever closer to syndicate boss the White Lion, she’ll run right up against the ragged edge of her family’s dark past. In this game of cat and mouse, it’s win . . . or die. And in times like that, it’s always good to have someone watching your back.
Former tactical deception officer and stealth pilot James Hannibal takes you deep undercover into the criminal underworld where everyone has an angle and no one escapes unscathed.
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In My Opinion
Fans of movies like Now You See Me and Oceans Eleven with complicated plots and slight of hand will enjoy James R. Hannibal’s books.
In Chasing the White Lion, the team is on a mission to infiltrate the crowd sourced crime syndicate. This first involves getting an invitation and gets more complicated from there. CIA Agent Talia Inger has a more personal investment to find some missing children at the request of her foster sister.
Throughout the adventure, the team travels the globe, outsmarts the competition, and deals with their personal quandaries. The members of this group of reformed criminals (with the exception of Talia) are memorable and often times good for a chuckle. And the faith message is woven well throughout with a team that contains a couple of believers and even more skeptics.
Hannibal’s book is one I can easily see adapted to the big screen and I’m hoping we see more from him and team Talia Inger.
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