Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Counterstrike by John Groh Review

*I was given a free copy of this eBook for my honest review*

Counterstrike. In 1995 two brothers are hard at work developing real estate in Phoenix, far removed from danger. Spencer, the older, is first among equals until his younger brother Boyce suffers a deep loss when his wife dies in the horrific accident. Boyce suspects Spencer's involvement, and that ignites personal and professional backstabbing in which each tries to unhinge and outwit the other. A family friend and Vietnam vet named Boots plays both ends. This masterfully drawn novel features betrayal, hate and murderous treachery. The story rocks with riveting intensity, shifting allegiances and shocking thrills as it twists and turns like a Ferrari racer to a terrifying climax. Some pages are revolting and some naughty, but this jaw-dropping mystery is easy for you to get-just click this bargain and read.


This is a very good book.I had a bit of problems getting into it at first because I was in a reading slump but after a few chapters I really got into it and was able to enjoy it.

It was very easy to imagine how the characters looked like .

I recommend this books.

I give this 4 out of 5 stars

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