Double Exposure by Elizabeth Goddard

36233890Exposed and on the run . . . 

Epidemiologist Tara Blackburn is investigating an illness in an African village when rapid gunfire and mercenaries change her world. She barely escapes with her life. What she witnesses terrifies her and she flees, taking refuge where no one will find her until she knows whom she can trust.

When Grant McCall arrives on the scene, he knows Tara is wary. But he can’t reveal that he’s working undercover to learn who’s behind the carnage in Africa. An image surfaced that exposed the truth—The epidemiologist believed dead had survived, like a ghost image in a double exposure on film exposed to light.

The killers will stop at nothing to find the woman who witnessed their crimes. But even more deadly is the illness to which she was exposed. 


REVIEW:

Wow, I didn’t want this book to end! The storyline is riveting, absorbing and all out entertaining. Chapter after chapter craftily kept me on the edge of my seat. The danger, the suspense, the rippling tension soared off the pages. Elizabeth Goddard has another winner on her hands. Double Exposure is pure gold. Dr. Tara is on the run when she witnesses a village burnt, and people close to her murdered by a man she knows. Now it is up to her to bring justice to the criminals who took the lives of these innocent people. Her journey will leave you utterly perplexed as to how she’ll fare in this ruthless power play! 

Highly Recommended 
4.5 Stars

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