The Ferret Tom Minder (Book Review #823)



The Ferret is a suspense novel and is about a man who becomes a witness to a crime and goes into hiding from the Mormon mob. As an LDS elder, Louie Kimble is assigned as a construction foreman in Testimony Acres, a high-end real estate development, fifty miles north of Las Vegas. He suspects it’s a money-laundering scheme put together by his religious superiors. Confronted by the FBI, he agrees to provide evidence and testify in exchange for his freedom.

As Louis rebuilds his life and starts new, making a love connection, and trying to bring some normality back, a visitor arrives and changes things for him. Louis, who is now living, has Hank has to either run or stay, hoping he isn’t recognized. The suspense then begins as you read along, watching Hank trying to keep himself alive and not get exposed.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The story was well written and kept the reader intrigued. The author demonstrated how hard it is to build from zero only to have to risk it or leave it to make another one. Louie was brave, and his character meshed well with the foundation of the tale.

I Recommend this book to thriller fiction readers and those who like to read crime stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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