Thursday, July 20, 2017

Window of Death

Window of Death
(Book 2 in the Window of Death Trilogy)
by D.J. Erfert

Window of Death: Book 2 in the Window of Time trilogy by [Erfert, DJ]

About the Book:

Title: Window of Death (Book 2) | Author: D.J. Erfert | Publication: Stone Horse Press | Pages: 278 | Genre: Paranormal Suspense | Age Level: Young Adult

Book Description:

CIA Agent Lucy James’s undercover reentry into the US doesn’t go as planned. The human coyote smuggling her and more than a dozen illegal aliens across the southern border into Arizona abandons them. Their group scatters. But Lucy is soon rescued by two US Border Patrol agents. After they hear shots fired in the distance, the hope of finding the others alive plummet. Ruthless border bandits methodically track and kill the illegals for the contraband-filled backpacks each man carries.

When Lucy has a premonition—a window into the future—she sees one of the agents killed by the same bandits. She must gain their trust in time to stop the bandits from continuing their murder spree, and find the missing backpacks containing the deadly packages before the US has its first mass terrorist attack since 9-11.

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My Review

Window of Death is another great novel by DJ Erfert. I always enjoy reading her books, because they have the right amount of romance and suspense. The end result is a feel good story. I think Window of Death is even better than the first book, Window of Time. It has several layers with side stories that are just as exciting as the main story. Our heroine, Agent Lucy James, shines brightly as she solves cases and saves lives. She is supported by many other colorful characters. I can picture the scenes as if I was watching a television series. I'm looking forward to reading the third book in the trilogy.

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About the Author:
DJ (Debra) Erfert

Debra Erfert

While growing up, going to libraries felt like an adventure filled with mystery and wonder to Debra. The hushed tones invoked secrets, and the dusty, sometimes moldy, smell of paper was the same in each city she lived. Leaving the library with just a single book never happened. Years later, her love of reading turned to a passion for writing stories others might enjoy. She’s an award winning fine artist who lives in a southwest Arizona city with her husband, a retired police lieutenant, where the average summer temperatures are well above 100 degrees--truly hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk.

Disclosure: I received a free digital copy of this book for my honest review.

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