When given the opportunity to read Irene Hannon’s newest book, Hidden Peril, I jumped at the chance. She’s quickly become one of my favorite writers. This is the second book in the Code of Honor series and characters Kristin, Colin and Rick continue on this in this book with Kristin as the main focus.
Hidden Peril is a gripping and suspenseful mystery, but it’s a little different because terrorism is part of the plot. When you see stories on the news about ISIS and terrorism you don’t think it’s going to impact your everyday life. But what if it did?
Kristin Dane is not your ordinary woman. After graduating college, she served in the Peace Corp in Ethiopia for two years. When she returned home, she still had a vision to try and make a difference for good in the lives of people who live in war-torn countries. When Luke Carter meets Kristin at the wedding of a mutual friend, he probably didn’t anticipate encountering her again, especially in his role as police detective. Luke’s path intersects with this intriguing and beautiful woman when one of Kristin’s employees is found dead. Is the death of a monk 10,000 miles away in Syria possibly connected?
One of my favorite things about Irene’s writing are the characters. They are good, decent, nice people that you’d like to know. They grow, change and heal the brokenness in their lives. In this book, you see wonderful examples of committed friendship between Kristin, Colin and Rick.
Hidden Peril was very suspenseful and kept me guessing to the end. Though I suspected who the bad guy was, I didn’t know how that would be revealed and what would happen to the people at the end of the story.
I greatly appreciate that Irene Hannon is able to write good books, with interesting likable characters and intriguing situations without resorting to filthy language, or immoral sexual situations. I appreciate how she weaves the Christian faith into the character’s lives.
If you like intrigue, mystery and romance, be sure to read Hidden Peril by Irene Hannon. It’s another great read by a wonderful author.
I would like to thank NetGalley and Revell Publishers for the opportunity to read Hidden Peril in exchange for an honest review. I was under no obligation to give a favorable review.