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Night Flight (Truth Seeker Series) Paperback – August 20, 2012
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"The Munsons craft authentic stories that capture the true-to-life struggles of America's federal agents to find the guilty and bring them to justice. A must-read for all who enjoy a convincing suspense thriller." - Edwin Meese III, Attorney General, Reagan Administration "The Munsons hold readers hostage with crisp writing, brilliant plots and strong emotional appeal. The authors' first-hand knowledge of the inner workings on the federal level give their stories an exciting sense of realism." - In The Library Reviews "The Munsons' writing is a cross between Clancy and Grisham ... with both military and legal suspense." - Christian Fiction Review
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Diane and David Munson write high velocity suspense novels based on their legal and law enforcement careers. Diane is a former Federal prosecutor and attorney who represented children. David is a former NCIS and undercover DEA Special Agent. Their books, compared favorably to John Grisham and Joel Rosenberg, are popular with young adults, women, and men who seek realistic stories where truth and inspiration shine. Learn more about their thrillers and watch book trailers at www.DianeAndDavidMunson.com.
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They have written Night Flight for the middle-reader market and it involves the same family as their previous adult novels. The teen and pre-teen, Glenna and Gregg are our main characters. They are homeschooled by their mother and their father keeps "working for the company" which is nondescript term for the CIA or spying. The kids have been wanting a dog and dad finds them one that is being retired from "service." Blaze seems to forget that he is no longer in "service" and sniffs out some tainted money. This results in Glenna and Gregg being at risk until the trial is over and the culprits are behind bars. Therefore, Mom and Dad take them to Florida for an extended visit with the grandparents. Their neighbor and friend, Mason, who is near their age goes with them.
While there, Blaze again "sniffs" the bad stuff out and we see Gramps, Glenna, Gregg, and Mason embroiled in another rollercoaster of a ride. They want the bad guys caught. They want the reward, too. Because something has come up and they really need it and want to have some big bucks to help someone.
Kids in fourth grade up will enjoy this book. The characters are realistic as well as their conversations. Kids like a good spy story or a good catch-the-bad-guys story. In Night Flight they will find a tale to enjoy.
DISCLOSURE: I "won" Night Flight" in a contest and was not under obligation to write a review. It was a pleasure to read another of the Munson's books and write a review of it.
In NIGHT FLIGHT, the first stand alone novel in the Munsons' Truth Seeker Series, the Rider family learns the true meaning of loving your neighbor as yourself. This is the debut thriller for young adults by these best-selling ExFeds who write factional fiction based on their careers.
NIGHT FLIGHT starts out really exciting. Glenna has just gotten her learner's permit and her dad lets her drive to the grocery store to buy things that their mom needs for dinner. The weather is deteriorating, a driver suffering from a severe case of road rage is on her tail, and Glenna is freaking out. (Kind of makes me afraid to train my learner permit driver, I'd freak out, too.)
The dialog was choppy at times, and there were a lot of different threads going in the book, but they did all come together at the end. My ten year old wasn't very interested in the book, she didn't give it very high ratings. But if you have a teen or tweener that likes action packed thrillers then NIGHT FLIGHT is definitely a book to consider. 3.5 stars.
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