Deadfall by Brian Lutterman (Book Review #760)


Deadfall is a mystery thriller. It is the fifth book of its series, and the story is about Pen. She is a thirty-seven-year-old attorney who has been through a lot. Pen is looking for a break, so when the FBI contacts her about an assignment, she pleasantly accepts. She is Paraplegic, and she begins working to uncover investigating a murder. As she begins to get in deeper, discovering infiltrations and secrets about the company, her life becomes in danger.

The literature is very descriptive in providing a suspenseful and heartful story. There is a touch of romance in the story, keeping it light yet enjoyable to read. I enjoyed the fact that the author embedded sensitive matters of mental psychology issues in the story.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The character building was special to me because Pen was no ordinary girl. Her previous job and history of assignments had left so many scars that it was inevitably going to affect her new mission. Thus, the events and scenes were drawn from a background that was well designed and crafted. The author has the potential to write intriguing yet straightforward stories.

I recommend this book to people who like secret spy service stories, police, and murder books.

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