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Believing that Mark needs more protection than he alone can offer, Mark’s now friend and supporter, Jim, arranges a meeting through his old contacts in the government to discuss measures that can be taken to protect Mark and his camera which has already shown great potential in thwarting acts of terror against the United States and preventing terrible accidents/incidents from occurring. The CIA, certain that Mark may have unusual psychic powers, encourages Jim to come and bring Mark for a meeting in Washington D.C. with the Agency in return promises to fully cooperate in helping keep Mark and the “future camera” safe. Mark having had history with the CIA years ago is wary of this plan and more than a bit reluctant to go but Jim convinces him to meet in D.C. to talk about his camera, the future pictures and dreams they generate. A certain few unscrupulous men with their own agenda, step up to the plate to offer support.
Mc Donald once again keeps her audience turning pages and burning the midnight oil as Mark’s story unfolds and he is drawn into a pit of madness and terror which is the spawn of nightmares. A fast paced read, March into Madness does not disappoint. The newest book in the Mark Taylor series is every bit as good and thrilling as the rest. If you are looking for just the right book to keep you on the edge of your seat and, yes, even hungering for more, this is the story for you. Mark proves that lightening does strike twice and that a nagging feeling and a gnawing in the gut ought be heeded for it is far superior to 20/20 hindsight.
I had a really hard time putting this book down and read it in less than 24 hours. It was very intense and the plot never slowed down. It was a very enjoyable read and I am looking forward M.P.'s next novel, and her next book in this series.
Keep up the great writing! I'll keep reading them!
In this book we finally get to meet Jim's son' Chris (CJ), and get to understand more of what makes Jim into the person that he is.
There's lots of action in this outing, tornadoes, car accidents, kidnapping, a shootout, that kept my heart in my throat, but there's also some thought-provoking moments, particularly when Jim's son learns a little more about what Jim has done at the CIA. I love how there are no easy answers to the points raised.
All the characters are imperfect but likable with Mark being one of my favorite characters or any series. This series is a treat to read. I hope there are more coming!
for book 5..... Come on M.P. McDonald, are you listening?