Redeeming Liberty {Book Review}

Redeeming Liberty Book Cover

Intrigue. Espionage. Nuclear missiles. Human trafficking. Bio-warfare. Jealousy. Revenge. Mistaken identity. Dashing spies with mysterious bosses. Rendezvous’ in diners. Racism. This book has a little bit of everything in it.

Diane and David Munson, both “Ex-Feds”, draw from their field experiences to flesh out a globe-trotting tale with a splash of romance. The result is Redeeming Liberty from Micah House Media.

When Dawn Ahern attends the wedding of a coworker, she doesn’t expect to be drawn into a world of racism, injustice, and human trafficking. Her date, FBI agent Griff, is also being forced into that world when his god-son Wally is sent to jail for a crime he didn’t commit. Dawn travels to Africa on a missions trip and deliver a special present to Liberty, Wally’s fiance. Just after meeting Dawn, Liberty is kidnapped and sold into slavery.

Redeeming Liberty isn’t the kind of book that I usually read but it’s just the pace that my dad adores. In fact, he’s getting my copy when I go home for Christmas. The suspense, political drama, and characters are ones that I know he’ll love. He reads these kinds of books all the time. Loves them.

My one complaint is that there were so many huge issues that were addressed in the book. Human trafficking, nuclear missiles, bio-warfare…these are all things that deserve their own thick book. I didn’t want fragments of difficult issues – I wanted the Munson’s to tackle one of them head on instead of a whole slew of them. That’s just a personal preference though.

If you are a Tom Clancy fan looking for a Christian thriller, this is one you should check into. And if you’re like me and have a dad who adores this kind of book…buy it.

Coming March, 2011.


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