“Crossfire is an exciting and pleasing read, good for snuggling up in front of a roaring fireplace, hot chocolate in hand, and an evening free to pursue such simple pleasures. . . Many want good, solid writing from an LDS perspective, with enough reality behind the plot to make it almost believable, but just enough fantasy to make the plot exciting. Abramson succeeds nicely.” — Jeffrey Needle, Association for Mormon Letters
“I found Crossfire to be fast paced, intriguing, and suspenseful. . . The conflict is believable and frightening. Author Traci Abramson's experience as a former CIA agent pays off in her attention to detail, which makes for authentic reading.” — Anne Bradshaw, Author and Reviewer
Special Agent Vanessa Lauton is living a lie. For the past year she’s been posing as a member of the Dominican Republic’s most powerful crime family in order to infiltrate a Caribbean terrorist organization. When her CIA contact has a heart attack, he’s replaced by U.S. Navy SEAL squad member Seth Johnson — the man Vanessa nearly married six years earlier. And suddenly the heat is on, in more ways than one.
Terrorist kingpin Akil Ramir sequesters Vanessa and Seth in his Nicaraguan fortress, where they learn of an impending attack on American soil. The Saint Squad is dispatched to calm the storm, but even their heroic efforts can’t stop multiple threats from escalating. Adrenaline rises as the squad confronts enemies who will stop at nothing to sabotage national security — and Vanessa finds herself caught in the crossfire.
- Size: 6" x 9"
- Pages: 256
- Number of discs: 5
About the Author
Originally from Arizona, Traci Hunter Abramson spent much of her childhood exploring the little town of Pinewood. She is a graduate of Brigham Young University and a former employee of the Central Intelligence Agency. Since leaving the CIA, Traci has written multiple novels, including the Undercurrents trilogy, Royal Target, and the Saint Squad series.
When she’s not writing, Traci enjoys spending time with her husband and their four children. She also enjoys cooking, although she prefers an electric stove to the wood-burning variety.
by Carol - reviewed on March 01, 2013
Traci keeps me on the edge of my seat with her awesome lifelike suspense while adding a satisfying dose of romance.