Review

McCracken is back and bad-a$$ as ever in THE TENTH CIRCLE.  With his usual disregard for pretty much everything except the right thing, Blain McCracken takes on some serious enemies in this latest thriller from Jon Land.

Still reeling and exhausted after completing a true ‘mission impossible’ in Iran, McCracken arrives back in the U.S. to a series of domestic terrorist’s attacks. One of which leaves his heart cracked and this crack could very well lead to his own death.

These attacks are thought to be incited by the hate fueled speeches of Reverend Jeremiah Rule. He spews hate toward everyone Middle Eastern and the attacks look like retribution for his rhetoric from the pulpit. The Reverend’s dark past and sociopathic mind makes the perfect foundation for those that will use him to feed their own destructive agenda.

Land once again delivers a riveting, super-sonic paced thriller.

In the midst of the chaos, McCracken finds himself wanted by the very government that he has nearly died for more than once. Racing against an enemy hell-bent on unleashing their lethal weapon during the president’s State of the Union address.

The clues to this weapon take him back to 1590 and the vanished Roanoke Colony, where historical facts become the catalyst for a modern day weapon.

Even McCracken’s indomitable team of Johnny Wareagle, Doctor Seven and a surprising ally  may not be able to save the USA from a weapon of Biblical proportions, a weapon that can unleash the Tenth Circle of hell.

Land once again delivers a riveting, super-sonic paced thriller. The characters are strong, believable and resilient, and the twists and turns will leave you needing a chiropractor. Definitely, one of Land’s best.

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About the Reviewer

Linda

Linda is the author of a humorous romantic comedy trilogy, The Three Baers, set in Wyoming. Her first book Baer Truth, where a vegetarian punk rocker finds herself stranded in the middle of Wyoming beef country. The second book in the series, Baer Necessities released September 2012, and the final book, Baer Facts released this May. She is also the author of The Granite Rose, an historical set in ancient Rome.

Between books, Linda writes as the Senior News Editor for Reader’s Entertainment News, scriptwriter for COS Productions and for many other print and online publications.

She lives with her family in the Midwest on a small farm where ArnoldSwartzaweeds grow with impunity in her garden. You can visit her online home at www.linda-mcmaken.com.