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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
Elle has discovered something troubling at the German military base where she was recently assigned. It has something to do with the high-tech drones the military has built. Concerned about international safety, she reaches out to the only person she can truly trust, her sister Abby, in the hopes of finding the answer, of unraveling the mystery. Only, when she meets Abby, tragedy strikes and suddenly Elle is on the run. Someone has killed her sister and others and they’re intent on killing her, too. That is if they can catch her before she and her new associate, a Guardian called Ghost, can catch the culprit before he (or she) catches them and wreaks more havoc.
Traci Hunter Abramson’s thriller, On the Run, is an intense spy novel of epic proportions. She has created a plausible and almost frightening scenario and woven a plot that will have the reader on the edge from beginning to end. The characters, settings, and situations are well described and very believable. The plot is electrified with energy and motivates the story ever forward. In an era of almost palpable global disaster around every hidden corner, this plot speaks volumes for the unethical situations projected by evil minds. With good and evil on a crash course headed directly toward the protagonist, the plot is driven with considerable action as the reader follows the line of thought that similarly leads the main characters toward their ultimate goal: the evil force that threatens world stability. A powerful story. I couldn’t put it down.