Judas Horse by April Smith

April 12, 2008 at 11:10 am Leave a comment

This must be sequel week for me – first Certain Girls, and now Judas Horse, which is another chapter in FBI Special Agent Ana Grey’s story. I don’t really see these books as a series, but the publisher markets them that way. Each Ana Grey book stands alone.

Ana is sent deep undercover to infiltrate a radical environmental-terrorism cell outside of Portland, Oregon.

April Smith is a fantastic writer. Ana is a wonderfully flawed character and the stress of being deep undercover and the pull between her fake life as Darcy and the Bureau is palpable.

Quite the satisfying thriller.

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