Reading Crisis: Blue

img_6224Crisis: Blue is the first novel by John A. Davis. Early on, I could tell it was a debut novel, but the writing quickly tightened up, and the action moved more quickly. If you enjoy Mark Henshaw, Nelson DeMille, Clive Cussler, and others of this genre, you will enjoy this novel. Crisis: Blue is the first book I have reviewed at the request of the publisher. It was an honor do do so, and a pleasure to read.

The author makes many valid points about the state of our country, both conservative and bipartisan. It ended very, very abruptly, and I never like that, but I am eagerly awaiting publication of the next book in this series entitled: Crisis: Black. To read my review of Crisis: Blue, click right here. Inside the review there is link to the bio of J.A. Davis.


About Maria Logan Montgomery

Maria lives with her husband and Maltese dog, "C.C." in central Florida. She is an avid gardener, history buff, prolific reader, public health educator, grant writer, artist, photographer, former part-time university faculty, and former consultant to non-profit organizations.
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