When I saw that author, Rachel Dylan had published a new book, End Game – Capital Intrigue Book 1, I was excited to read it.
When FBI Agent Bailey Ryan and NCIS Special Agent Marco Agostini were called in to investigate the murder of Navy Petty Officer Sean Battle little did they know that they would be drawn into a complicated, ever-widening case that would prove to be dangerous and deadly. Where would it end? Just who was involved? How deep did the corruption go? Who can they trust? Where would their investigation lead?
I loved this book. It was filled with suspense and intrigue from beginning to end. What I liked most about this book were the characters. They were nice, decent, honest people who sought the truth, no matter where their case led. I liked the lead characters Bailey and Marco as well as the secondary characters Isabella (Izzy) Cole, Jay Graves, Lexi Todd, Tobias Kappen, and Derek Martinez. They were people of integrity whom I liked and cared about. They worked together in pursuit of the truth. They considered the evidence and when things didn’t make sense or didn’t look right, they dug deeper. Even when it meant risking their own lives.
In today’s culture where we’ve seen the compromise and dishonesty from prominent government officials, it was refreshing to see the integrity of these characters.
I appreciated how the Christian faith was woven into the storyline and supportive friendships. I liked seeing the cooperation and teamwork between the various military branches and the legal system. I enjoyed the friendship, trust, and romance that developed over time as Bailey and Marco got to know one another.
If you like intrigue and suspense, mixed with good characters, an interesting story and a little romance, be sure to read End Game by Rachel Dylan. You won’t be disappointed. End Game – Capital Intrigue Book 1 will be published on January 7, 2020. When Rachel Dylan writes a book, I want to read it!
I would like to thank Bethany House Publishers and NetGalley for providing a complimentary copy of End Game and the opportunity to read it. I was under no obligation to give a favorable review.