"Annabel Lee" by Mike Nappa

"Annabel Lee" by Mike Nappa
Fourteen miles east of Peachtree, Alabama, a secret is hidden.

The secret's name is Annabel Lee.
She doesn't know why her enigmatic uncle has stowed her deep underground in a military-style bunker. He's left her with a few German words, a barely controlled guard dog, and a single command: "Don't open that door for anybody, you got it? Not even me."

Miles away in Atlanta, private investigator Trudi Coffey is visited by a mysterious older man calling himself Dr. Smith. He's been trailing a man for a decade--a man she met through her ex-partner Samuel Hill--and the trail has led him to her office. The last thing Trudi wants to do is to contact Samuel. But it will take both of them to unravel this mystery--before it's too late.

This book has you hooked from the get go.  You have to know what is going to happen next as it is such a page turner.  All the characters suck you in.  Although there are multiple characters their exploits are so easy to follow.  The pace of this book gets faster and faster and you want to jump in with them to help them along with the next stage.

I found the premise of this story interesting as well as all the details in it.  Which made me realize why I love reading books and not writing them!

It's been a while since I have enjoyed a book as much as this one.  It is my first time reading a book by Mike Nappa, but it won't be my last.  The next in the "Coffey and Hill," series is out in September of 2016, I can't wait to read it.

Stars out of 5 : 5 I would give it 100 if I could.  It really is a great book and well worth the read.  You'll love it.

"Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.

Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group".


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