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Breach of Trust (Call of Duty Series, Book 1) Paperback – March 1, 2009
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This is a suspense/mystery type novel, though not terribly tricky or difficult to follow. If you are a lover of surprises and challenging suspense plots, you will probably not enjoy this for much more than a "light read" such as myself. The main character does develop a strong sense of the Christian faith in adulthood, in effort to help cope with personal loss and tragedy. This didn't seem all that unusual to me, as this sort of thing does happen in real life on occasion when people suffer through trauma. At any rate I never felt like the author was trying to force religion upon myself personally, like some of the reviewers mentioned. I was well into the book before I noticed any religious reference by the characters. About halfway through however, the author got a bit carried away and seemed to devote an awful lot of time to the characters' thoughts of prayer. I am sure this was intended to indicate that this is how they dealt with stress as the suspense portion of the story reached a pinnacle, but it was very redundant.Read more ›
Did they even READ the review by Booklist???? I guote: "Breach of Trust is the first book in Mills' faith-based Call of Duty series." Faith-based equals Christian fiction!
Also the publisher is Tyndale House, a well known Christian publisher. If people are so terrifed of being "converted" by a book, then perhaps they should learn which publishers are faith-based so they can avoid them.
I also noticed that most of the people slamming this book received it for free on their Kindle. So they had no monetary investment, and if they read even a few pages they would know it is Christian fiction so they could stop at that point and delete from their Kindles, so no real time investment. So why the need to slam a book simply because it is Christian?? They said over and over that it was not marked as religious, yet there were obvious signs that it was, which is why I decided to give it a try.
I enjoyed the book, found it drew me into the story, couldn't wait to get to the ending. I will be getting the second book in the series, and hope the Christian fiction selection for Kindle continues to grow and thrive!
Paige Rogers is the librarian in a small town in Oklahoma. On the surface, she's a smart, caring, Christian with good friends and the romantic interest of the high school's football coach. Underneath it all is a past no one would have expected. Once a former CIA agent, Paige was living her life in the fast lane until a covert mission went wrong and she nearly died. She was betrayed by their leader, threatened, and forced to start her life over. But new news surfaces about her past and she begins to wonder if her decision was the right one. Now she must confront the past and potentially lose everything she's worked so hard for in her new home. And she's tested to keep safe the ones she loves and unravel the clues that will expose the man behind the betrayal.
For my first Diann Mills book, I was impressed with her technique and the seamless flow of the story. It was a quick read and kept me interested.
I thought it was VERY good and NOT "too preachy" as some of the other commenters have written. They must have a hard time dealing with Christianity in any form and don't know how to overlook parts which they object to.
Also, it IS NOT and DOES NOT have ANY "objectionable or offensive" parts. That's what I liked most about it. There was NO cursing -- which was quite refreshing.
I highly recommend this book and choose to overlook the narrow minded individuals who were "offended" by a book which was "CLEAN" -- with NO cursing OR sex...
Now. I AM a believer, but even if I was not I can say I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is written as well as any commercial fiction - interesting plot, likable characters, a few really good (though not entirely shocking) twists. The pacing is a little on the slow side but the interesting and believable backstory, which took a fair bit of time to develop, more than makes up for it.
That being said, I do believe it was really elevated by the moral message and convictions of the characters - something that is missing in so much modern crime fiction. It was refreshing to see characters relying on more than their awesomeness to get them through struggles, and as a Christian I do fervently agree with the underlying message of the book. I wouldn't do it as a bible study, but for a few afternoons of solid reading "Breach of Trust" was well worth the time. Enjoyable, engaging, and with a better message than much of what is currently being written, I would highly recommend this book to any teen or young adult looking for suspense fiction that wasn't filled with trash.
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Good story line. Quick read. Not an endless number of characters to keep track of. Plenty of action. Just enough twists to keep you guessingPublished 6 days ago by Gsquared
As with other books by this author, the storyline is good, but the ending is not so good. It just --- well, ends! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Teresa E. Snyder
The suspense kept me wanting to see what would happen next. It was different to see religion interjected into a suspense novel involving the CIA, but it worked and wasn't preachy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jaxx
Jumpy plot. Every cliche ever heard of. No character development. Thank heavens it was free. Don't waste your time or money on this onePublished 2 months ago by RonB
The mix of religion was pretty shallow and uninspired. Very hockey and obviously would not recommend this book. To many other good books out there to read. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Susan
Enjoyed this book so much , I am looking forward to the next in the series!Published 7 months ago by Jay F. Williams