51st directive by Michael Agliolo (Book Review #665)

51st directive is a political fiction written about Erica Brewer. She is an FBI agent who happens to be sent to do mailroom work due to her lack of control over her temper. As she snoops around the letters, she finds one that sounds quite alarming. Someone is notifying them about an attack that is to happen on the White House. As Erica pursues the warning, she realizes that the person who wrote the letter is murdered.

The storyline was filled with action, police, conspiracy theory, and motive searching. Erica had a strong character personality, and when she met the PD detective investigating the murder, her character developed into being an even sounder one.

The pace of the story was steady and was thrilling. However, the literature possessed many editing errors. Had the work been adequately corrected, I believe it would have had an even stronger impact on the reader.

I believe this book would be more suitable for political and military plot fan readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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