About the Book
First he left the CIA. Then he left pastoral ministry. Now John Cross has been imprisoned in one of Great Britain’s most infamous prisons. Has he reached the end of his rope? Or is this another move in a dangerous spy game?
Christine Lewis, United News Network’s rising star television anchor, is determined to find out. But in her pursuit of answers, Christine finds herself at the center of a cyberterrorist plot to alter the balance of power in the world. From the English coastline to the Rocky Mountains, John must partner with the CIA and MI6 in a race against the clock to stop the threat of nuclear war and save the lives of everyone he holds dear.
The concluding story in the Shepherd Suspense trilogy is a globe-trotting, action-packed adventure with threads of biblical truth woven in. Fans of high-octane thrillers will be on the edge of their seats with Right Cross.
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In My Opinion
I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books in the Sheperd Suspense series by Andrew Huff, and looked forward to the third and final installment. Right Cross did not let me down.
The book opens with John Cross in prison…in England and ramps up from there. Turns out, John is back on a mission with the CIA (the place he keeps trying to escape but gets pulled back into).
Huff’s books are quick reads for me because I am so involved in the suspense (think the Bourne movies with a little more of a romance thread). From prison to a US aircraft carrier to the mountains of Colorado, readers cross the globe with John and Christine as they chase down a madman—one who is a match in intelligence if not brawn to John.
While this book can be read as a stand-alone, I highly recommend reading the entire series in order as the character development and relationships are well established. Plus, the ending of the series is much more meaningful when you know what John and Christine have gone through together.
And there’s a new series coming from Huff featuring Guin (who we’ve met throughout the series) and a new character we meet in Right Cross. I, for one, can’t wait to read what the author has cooked up for this new team.
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