Thursday, July 1, 2010

"Exposure" by Brandilyn Collins

Exposure by Brandilyn Collins is a fast-paced psychological thriller about Martin, a family man, who compromises his integrity to get money to pay for his daughter’s medical treatment and the long-lasting consequences for his wife, Lorraine, and daughter, Tammy.  I loved the courage of the mother in taking on the mob by herself to save her husband’s reputation and get revenge for his death.  The book jumps right into action from the start and held my attention throughout. 
At the same time, the reader is treated to another mystery involving a journalist who writes about fears, Kaycee, who is being stalked and an abduction.  Kaycee turns to God for help and faces her fears head-on.  I knew early on that there was some connection between the two story lines, but did not figure out what it was until the author revealed it.  This is a very good book!
One thing I found a bit annoying was that the chapters were very short and practically every other one jumped to the other story line.  At one point, I actually peeked ahead to the next chapter to find out what the wife found.  I liked how the author tied up the loose ends at the end in the Epiloge and didn’t leave the reader hanging. 
Exposure is part of Brandilyn Collins’ “Seatbelt Suspense” series.  If you like suspense and thrillers, I recommend this book.

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