It's summer, and all the shows on television are in re-runs now. As a fan of shows like CSI, Criminal Minds, and Numb3rs, I feel a bit blue.
But not since I discovered "Treason" by Don Brown. Fans of NCIS and JAG will devour this wonderful military crime series!
Know the old saying, "It takes one to know one"?? Well, Mr. Brown spent 5 years in the U.S. Navy as an officer in JAG Corps. He knows his stuff, and it shows in his writing.
Radical Islamic terrorists have infiltrated the United States Navy. Multiple acts of terrorism have occurred, and it's time for the guilty to pay. Enter Lieutenant Zack Brewer and his co-counsel, Lieutenant Diane Colcernian to prosecute.
What adds drama to this case is the fact that Zack and Diane were once opposing counsel in a high profile rape case...can these two lay aside their differences in order to work together?
In today's politically correct climate, can the U.S. Navy convict three accused Islamic Imams for terrorism?? And what about the defense council and the grandstanding minister...what part do they all play in this scenario.
Based on chilling possibilities, "Treason" is a novel you will thoroughly enjoy, and as a fan of both NCIS and JAG, I found it to be realistic and fast-paced. Since summer re-runs will be here til September, I'm also thrilled to have two more novels in The Navy Justice Series.
"Treason" gets 3 bookmarks from me, with a bonus red, white and blue tassel with a little judge's gavel attached.