REVIEW: Rachel Amphlett’s ‘Before Nightfall’
“If they move you, they will kill you.”
Kate Foster is quick to forget the advice from a pre-deployment hostage survival course once she’s catapulted into a new job in Eastern Europe, despite the good-looking instructor. But a simple day’s task in Istanbul six months later goes horribly wrong.
Trapped and alone, her only hope of survival is the man who trained her – ex-FBI Hostage Rescue Specialist, Finn Scott.
For Finn, it’s his worst nightmare. Kate was the one person he almost let into his heart. Haunted by memories of a failed hostage rescue, he is thrust into a situation beyond his control. Now, against a sinister adversary whose ambitions will split apart Eastern Europe, Finn must overcome his demons to prevent an international catastrophe.
And avoid losing Kate forever.
AusRomToday review of Before Nightfall:
Wow. Just, wow!
Before Nightfall is meticulously researched and detailed and executed with all the adrenaline, thrills and spills, and gusto of a Hollywood blockbuster. If the action of this plotline doesn’t get your pulse racing, nothing will!
Fast paced, action packed and detail-conscious without interrupting the flow of the story with strongly developed and quickly likeable characters, Before Nightfall is hands-down my favourite book of 2014. Reminiscent of master story-teller, Sidney Sheldon, Rachel Amphlett is an author to watch.
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