Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Inner Look by Marc Liebman is the story of deceit, lies, and finding the truth. Marty Cabot, a SEAL, and Josh Haman, a Naval Aviator, are both commanders and really good at what they do. These two close friends have led successful covert missions and now they are needed to take on the project Inner Look. Their job is to find the leaks and the spies who are spilling sensitive secrets for a price, find out the damage and try to neutralize it.
However, the deeper Cabot and Haman look, the dirtier the secrets they find. They realize that secrets, lies and espionage go deeper than they initially thought. They have found the culprit and they know who and where the culprit is, but can they catch the culprit before he or she runs away? There are bigger powers in play than they expected. What can they do when they are up against an enemy that is far stronger than they could ever be?
Inner Look by Marc Liebman is very intense and extremely well-written. I was sucked into the story from the moment I read that blurb. I loved the mystery, the action and the sheer breathtaking thrill of the story. I loved the camaraderie between Haman and Cabot; I loved how in sync they were and their trust in each other. I also love Marc Liebman’s writing style. He writes fluently, without making you second guess what you just read, and you embrace it with all your heart. His writing style speaks to you and you just cannot help but become immersed in the novel, the story, and the men Marc brings to life with his words. Brilliant, even the cover is perfect.