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Synopsis: Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She’s just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband’s relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable.That is, until her first hostage case throws everything off track.
When a man who appears under the influence and mentally unstable holds a group of people hostage and dies in a shootout with the FBI, Lucy is assigned to investigate what happened. His descent doesn’t make any sense—he was an upstanding citizen a year ago and only started declining after a series of blackouts and strange occurrences. Even his autopsy seems suspicious, and the body has been cremated without the proper approval. As Lucy investigates, she realizes that this story may be more complicated than she thinks, and her own life might be in danger.
You know a series is good when you’re fourteen books in and still loving it. What starts a standard hostage situation quickly turns into something much more complex involving corporate corruption, greed, manipulation and cover-ups. Add to that a bit of family drama, and you have an intriguing and compelling read. Too Far Gone is an excellent addition to the Lucy Kincaid series, but if you haven’t read the previous books, it can also be read as a standalone. I highly recommend this for readers who enjoy intense suspenseful mysteries, and interesting and relatable characters.
About the Author: Allison Brennan is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty novels. Most recently she was nominated for Best Paperback Original Thriller by the International Thriller Writers and is a two-time winner of the Daphne du Maurier Award by Kiss of Death. A former consultant in the California State Legislature, Allison lives in Northern California with her husband, five kids, and assorted pets. Visit her website at: