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Driver Confessional (The Driver Series) (Volume 1) Paperback – May 1, 2017
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The Driver Series has been great fun for me to write. Upon leaving Homeland Security, Driver Confessional is exactly the type of book that I envisioned writing. It incorporates my interest in international terrorism as it relates to domestic security. Our lack of unity is the largest vulnerability in our society. There will always be those who put profit above the common good, but what will the average man or woman do when they come face to face with evil? Look the other way? Cower in fear? Or fight back using our unique gifts and strong relationships?
Like all of my writing, I hope I've included some larger questions for the reader while keeping you thoroughly entertained.
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Driver Confessional tells the story of Antonio, a ride-share driver who winds through the streets of Washington, D.C. in search of his next fare to support his young family and pay law school expenses. His easy manner and Italian good looks lead passengers to disclose a bit more than they intended. On a particularly dark evening, his sedan pulls up in front of a posh Washington restaurant.
On her way to a midnight meeting in a Senate office building, a mysterious woman and her confession plunge Antonio and his police detective brother into international espionage, the Russian mob and corporate excess. Clues add up to danger and car chases pile up on ethical dilemmas.
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I look forward to reading the next installment of the series.
The central character’s reliance on his Christian faith for strength and guidance is a major theme of the book. Also, the author treats several current societal issues, such as abortion and immigration, with a certain deftness and sensitivity.
All in all, it’s a very enjoyable read.
What did the mysterious woman tell Antonio that could be dangerous for him to know? Is the briefcase holding secrets that people would kill for? Antonio will find himself in a dangerous cat and mouse game that spans throughout the government and into the Russian mob. He sure has gotten himself into a mess. The story is a quick read and I liked how the author showed Antonio praying and depending on God to keep him safe. I noticed something while I was reading the book that really fascinated me. There is a scene in the book about someone in a casket wearing glasses. A character was questioning why they would put glasses on if the person is suppose to look like they are sleeping in the casket. I thought that was a brilliant analogy and such attention to detail that I continued to read with added interest. I love when an author can put subtle things in a story that makes people think.
Overall the book is a great adventure and has enough thrills and intrigue to keep readers engrossed in the book. At the end the author gives us a sneak peek at the next book in the series. I'm excited to read it and get to know Antonio a bit better.
I received a copy of this book from a LitFuse. The review is my own opinion.
It just took me a while to read.
I really didn't get into all the descriptive parts about being an
UBER driver. It just kind of droned on and on.
I thought it was interesting however... when I was collecting links to the various retail sites one site didn't have the cover photo but
it did have 3 reviews. I clicked on them to read to make sure
I had the right book.
One review described Driver Confessional as a man's book.
Hmm. Maybe that's why it just didn't 'click' with me. My man wouldn't be interested.
This opinion surprised me because the book is very 'in your face'
when it comes to sharing about God. That's not a negative but it
became a little much even for me.
I liked the premise that Antonio took everyday situations and looked for opportunities to share his faith with people he ran across. Which is what we all should do. I just felt it was a little much.
This is not a book that a non believer would enjoy.
A seeker might possibly be interested.
A mature believer may or may not enjoy.
For me this was an o.k. book. I received a complimentary
copy from Litfuse. I encourage a visit to the tour and or
retail sites to read additional reviews.
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher, but was under no obligation to write a review. My honest opinion has been provided without any requirement to write a positive review.*