Sunday, December 28, 2014

Special Agent Finnegan (Undercover FBI Book 2) by Mimi Barbour Review

Title: Special Agent Finnegan
Series: Undercover FBI Book 2
Author: Mimi Barbour
Genre: Mystery
Pages: 202
Price: $0.99
Thoughts: Impossible to put down!

Book Synopsis:

When Special Agent Finnegan O'Reilly gets shot, and the news brings on his father’s heart attack, he decides to take leave from more undercover assignments. The O'Reilly has suffered enough and Finnegan can’t be the cause of more distress for this beloved old rascal. Then his boss forces one more case on him - to take place in their own pub. Acting as the target to expose serial, suicide killers rampaging through New York City, Finn must play the part of a wife-beater, a cheating husband and an all-time jerk. No problem, until he meets his make-believe wife.

Renée Knight enjoys her job as a New York City cop. Her disguises have become a permanent fixture in her life. No one really knows what she looks like except for the father she loves fiercely… the man, whose suicide makes no sense. If it means going undercover in an Irish pub where the culprits hang out, she’s their girl. Playing the victim wife of the bar owner to catch the killers—easy. But they never intend for her to fall for this guy, she does this all on her own. Now she has to hire the assassins to arrange his suicide. Will she catch them, before they complete the mission?

Review:

I've read several of Mimi Barbour's books and I have to say this is my favorite. I love the storyline and from page one, you're so drawn into the story it's impossible to put down. I highly recommend this book to anyone that loves romantic mysteries and suspense.

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