Review of ‘Working With the Enemy’

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John Case had been an Eagle Scout, and thought he was prepared for everything. He wasn’t, however, prepared to be stuffed into the trunk of his own car, and given an ultimatum—spy for Cuba and provide some top secret plans, or else his family will die. Unfortunately, John has no idea what his abductors are talking about.

I received a free copy of Working with the Enemy by Brandan C. Hadlock in exchange for my review. A thriller that is PG-rated is a rarity—in fact, this has to be the first I’ve ever read. A bit predictable in places, and unbelievable in others, but on the whole, quite entertaining.

I give it three stars for a pretty good effort.


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