A Deadly Influence by #MikeOmer

I love (!) Mike Omer’s writing and especially adore his Zoe/Tatum series – she’s a profiler, he’s an agent – so when I saw that Omer had a new series I had to read it. But… it took me three different times of reading, putting down the book, reading and putting it down again before I actually read all the way through it. I would have been so stupid if I had not convinced myself to pick up A Deadly Influence once last time. This is one terrific book!

Abby Mullins is first and foremost a single mom of two kids, both of whom are very bright and, at times, more than one or two or even ten parents can handle. She also is a crisis negotiator and a former member of cult that was involved in a serious showdown with the FBI, a showdown that went terribly wrong. See, it’s a very eclectic and intriguing premise for a series and I knew it would be great. I just had to get Omer’s other series out of head before I could fully immerse myself in this one.

A child has been kidnapped and the child happens to be the son of one of Abby’s surviving cult members (there were only three of them.) Abby immediately thinks the cult is involved but a different angle emerges revolving around the child’s older sister who is a social media “influencer.” As the FBI follows both of the leads, the kidnapper and the cult grow more anxious and impatient until the very climatic conclusion.

For the first time in a long time I honestly can say this was a suspenseful suspense/thriller. Not only did I thoroughly enjoy reading the book but I absolutely had no clue “whodunit” until the end and, wow, what an ending it was!! If you haven’t read A Deadly Influence yet, I highly recommend it. If you’ve not read any of Mike Omer’s book then, by all means, start now. Go…. grab a book. They are terrific!

2 thoughts on “A Deadly Influence by #MikeOmer

    1. Thanks Sandy. His other series recently popped up on my radar but, surprisingly, he’s been around a while. I think he’s just now found a publisher that is good for him. His work is solid, though, and really interesting.

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