The Gryphon Heist by James R. Hannibal

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Talia Inger has undergone a lot of training to reach her position as a field operative for the CIA. So when she gets assigned to the department in Eastern Europe known as only as “Other,” she is disappointed not be in Moscow as she hoped.  She teams up with civilian Adam Tyler to research strategies to access the Gryphon, a data vault that hovers high in the mesosphere.  But Talia and Adam are not the only ones interested in the Gryphon and danger lurks around every corner.

Fast paced action from page one!  This book reminds me of an action movie, like Jason Bourne, with top government secrets, foreign espionage, and dangerous fight scenes.  The bad guy is not who I thought it was at first and the suspense kept me glued to the pages until the conclusion to the story.  I liked that the author took time to craft depth to the story behind the action too, with topics such as forgiveness and redemption.  It takes a little bit for everything to start coming together in the story, but when it does, it is hard to put down!  I really enjoyed this contemporary suspense and recommend it!  I cannot wait for the next book in the series!

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell Publishing.  Opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

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