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Reviewed by Alma Boucher for Readers' Favorite
Trail of The Oracle is a mystery murder by Jack Gannon and Cyndi Williams-Barnier. Lieutenant Commander Angela Jason, also known as Agent Oracle, is the agent in charge of the Task Force section, which conducted a specialized study on the internet and the dark web. Angela had a natural aptitude for using her imagination and spatial judgment and could search through data streams for concealed data. A few weeks ago, Angela found a Goliath cipher, which indicated that there was a terrorist threat. Angela identified Mister Terrence as a terrorist. Mister Terrence reported to someone that he made sure he was seen on his way to Washington and that the Task Force was hunting him. When students die and Mister Terrence suddenly disappears, it cannot be a coincidence, and a special team is deployed to investigate.
Trail of The Oracle moves quickly and is filled with mystery, intrigue, and suspense. Jack Gannon and Cyndi Williams-Barnier took me on an unpredictable ride full of twists and turns that I never saw coming. This book was an absolute page-turner and kept my eyes glued to the pages. I was captivated from the start until the end and could not put it down. I could never predict what would happen next, and I was kept guessing throughout. The characters were well developed. They were surrounded by mystery, and each had a code name. Angela was my favorite character. She was steadfast and gave her all to get answers. The story was excellently written with an intricate plot. I enjoyed it and recommend it to anyone who likes reading murder mysteries with a cyber slant to them.