Whistleblower by Tess Gerritsen

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I am a huge fan of all Tess Gerritsen books, she is a fantastic thriller writer. In the early years it was romance thriller that Gerritsen wrote then later on she moved on to crime thriller, Whistleblower is one of her earlier books. I found the book so easy to read, the storyline is captivating and intriguing, it’s not too long at 328 pages and the story and characters are not too complicated.

It took me one day to read this book as I just couldn’t put it down, I needed to know what happened to the main characters and why, who they could and couldn’t trust and I also needed to know if the feelings between them came from fear instead of attraction!

Whistleblower is about a man named Victor Holland and a woman called Catherine (Cathy) Weaver who literally run into each other on a dark and stormy night, Victor has a story to tell but it is so unbelievable that Cathy wonders what she has gotten herself into. Victor’s story tells of huge government secrets and people conspiring to kill him for what he knows, Cathy now in danger from the same people just because she helped Victor needs to decide if she can trust Victor or trust the FBI, whom Victor claims are part of his problem.

Follow this fast paced thriller all the way to the end, it will have you on the edge of your seat and rooting for the good guys. This is a great read for all thriller lovers.

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