Chasing the White Lion by James R. Hannibal

Chasing the White Lion book cover

Talia Inger is not pleased to be in close contact with the assassin who killed her father, but she needs his help with infiltrating the crowd sourced crime syndicate and rescue some refugee children.  The crime boss, the White Lion, is determined to destroy Talia and her team, forcing Talia to place more trust in the assassin.  Danger closes in on every side and Talia realizes that if she does not succeed, it may cost her life.

There is no denying that this author is a talented writer and pens complex and creative stories!  I liked the intricate plot and fascinating subjects in this story.  It was great to read about a strong, intelligent female lead that is passionate about injustices of refugee children.  It is really commendable that the author highlights the good work of the Compassional International organization as well.  I was sometimes lost in the technical and complicated topics of the story, which was a little distracting from the plot.  And I definitely recommend reading this series in order.  However, I enjoyed the suspense in this novel and the story kept my attention.  I recommend this book!

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

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