Death Hub

A Jack Bass, MD, Thriller (Jack Bass Black Cloud Chronicles Book 7)

Fiction - Thriller - Medical
258 Pages
Reviewed on 09/25/2019
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Death Hub is a dark and thrilling work of medical suspense fiction, penned by author and MD Edwin Dasso. The seventh book in the Jack Bass Black Cloud Chronicles returns us to the intrepid medical investigator Jack Bass as he works tirelessly to uncover the dark secrets of new technology. Featuring explicit content and violence suitable for mature audiences only, this thriller novel takes us within the world of the military trained MD as he engages two of his favorite students from the past, only to discover he has put them all in grave danger. What machines will be discovered, and can they be used for good or only pure evil?

I enjoyed every moment of this exciting thriller novel, which works absolutely fine as a standalone despite being part of a continuing series. It certainly made me curious to find out more about Jack’s past in Iraq and how he met his students the first time around. Author Edwin Dasso writes with clarity and an eye for detail, giving us the clean lines of cold, austere machinery juxtaposed with the literal blood, sweat and tears of our Jack Bass. The intermixing of military, action, suspense and medical thriller genres makes for some great atmospheric moments in the plot, and the storyline itself is well constructed so as not to give away too much of the mystery at once. Overall, Death Hub is a really satisfying thriller novel that is certain to entertain fans of the likes of Lee Child and Tom Clancy.