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Reviewed in the United States on November 8, 2020
Thanks to netgalley.com and William Morrow for the advance copy for my honest review.
This was my first read from the author Sean Parnell but he imploded a decent beginning with a chameleon assassin that can do anything she wants, you have highly trained alpha's from a top secret government unit, who the President controls, getting killed and while doing thing's that are unbelievable or plausible.
You have highly trained operatives, they'd be like the NBA players, they would have male or female partners they could hook up with in every country, without going to clubs or go looking to have their ashes hauled.
He does hook you in, it's good enough too finish, will keep reading his Eric Steele series and it'll be a in between read of some of the other action/adventure genre author's I like. He needs to read D.V. Berkom, so he can learn how to have a real badass character, even if she's a bad villain and not have a fake one like he made Lila Kalidi out to be.
Since it just isn't plausible what she's able to do, no details on how she's able to do everything she does in 'One True Patriot' and would have been better too have the storyline switch to her with some explanation on what she's plotting to do.
It reads like it's a movie, that's made for Tom Cruise especially with it's Mission Impossible scenes and Lord knows we don't need another movie franchise where he ruins another fictional character like he's done with the Jack Reacher movies.
Plus surprised he gave away who the traitor was, happens long before you learn who it is but not going to spoil it for anyone who hasn't read this one yet, with who it is and will give you a hint. It happens in a meeting!!