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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The Export by J.K. Kelly is the story of Matt as he faces challenges that change him forever. Matt’s life is a lot different now that he is The Export for the FBI and not an agent. It allows him to capture the most heinous of criminals and stay far away from the dirty politics. He is fine with seeking serial killers and bringing them to justice, but Matt’s perfect illusion is broken when someone close to him is found dead. Helene Coleman was like a mother to him, and now that she is dead, Matt cannot think of anything but finding out who killed her. Soon he realizes nothing is as it seems, and there is no one he can truly trust. It is Matt against the rest of the world, and he has to do whatever it takes to find the person responsible for killing Helene.
Author J.K. Kelly drew an intricate plot with one of the most complex characters I have ever read. Matt is a one-of-a-kind protagonist who is sure of himself, understands his limitations, and plays to his strengths. The author plays the narrative like a maestro. J.K. Kelly introduces different plotlines and subplots; they weave different murder stories and conspiracies together and, in the end, give a cohesive story that is just a delight to read. The author is heavy on the procedural details, and that is what makes the story for me. It all feels authentic and realistic. Matt’s character is human. He may try to act all clinical and cynical, but he is human after all. The Export is such an entertaining novel!