Lynette Eason has continued her HIDDEN IDENTITY series with NO PLACE TO HIDE, another suspenseful tale. Jackie Sellers works for the same secret organization featured in the earlier HIDDEN IDENTITY titles. A news flash that her childhood friend Ian Lockwood is considered a suspect in a security breach at Wainwright Labs sends her on a late night visit to his home for answers. Soon she and Ian are attacked and on the run for their lives, leaving her little time to assess whether Ian is innocent or not. Trying to rely on her head and her training at the same time, she also follows her heart, making for an exciting, edge of your seat story.
While the entire plot at Wainwright Labs won't be known to readers (or Jackie) until much later, readers do know that a forced theft at the CDC has placed the US under an immediate threat for the release of the smallpox virus. How or if the two stories will connect
is part of the suspenseful plot.
NO PLACE TO HIDE was a fast paced read with lots of twists. Despite all the action, Eason also gives us an interesting story about Jackie, Ian, and a childhood friend. The messages within that personal story are the ones that make this a Christian novel. The final ending is a huge surprise although parts of it I had pieced together. The true motive for the crimes are a shocking reveal in the last pages. I received a copy of this title from Revell Fiction for review purposes.