THE SOLOMON EFFECT
Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
$7.99 US/ $10.99 CAN
Rating: 4 cups
October Guinness is a “remote viewer”, or psychic, working for the U.S. government. She was a member of the United States Navy until a psychological examination ruled her as crazy. With the support of the Vice-President, her visions are helping the government in a top secret capacity.
Jax Alexander works for the CIA. Due to his rebellious ways, he is part of Division 13, where any assignment can cause personal humiliation or ruin a career. Jax just managed to make the wrong person mad and is paying the price.
A U-114 was sunk during the final days of World War II. The terrorists – and a few Americans - have raised it from the depths of the waters of the coast of Denmark. They intend to use the Nazi gold inside to fund a terrorist attack on the United States. The U.S. military has been keeping an eye on the wreckage, but someone has retrieved it. October “sees” the shipyard in Russia where the U-114 is taken. It is up to her and Jax to stop the terrorists before it is too late.
Imagine the wealthiest American, a couple of United States military men, and terrorists set on destroying the United States working together. It is a very scary thought. This book frightened me with the possibility. Worse than any horror novel, I am terrified to even think of what could happen. C.S. Graham takes me there anyway to face my fears. The suspense, the paranormal factor, and the mere idea set within the pages of this story shows the reader a reality which they will pray never comes to be.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More