Sunday, August 23, 2009
Review: Cold Moon Rising by C.T. Adams & Cathy Clamp
Hired killer Tony Giodone is back in action -- this time, believe it or not, working for the 'good guys.' Or should that be the 'not quite as bad guys?' He isn't sure. One thing is for certain, serving as a newly minted member of Wolven, the Sazi law enforcement agency, certainly does keep a guy busy. AND he gets to do what he does best. Kill things. Of course, Carmine doesn't plan to let Tony off the hook, particularly when he's attacked and nearly killed by the boys from the east coast.
Paired up with Ahmad al Narmer Tony's in danger up to his baby blues, which wouldn't bother him a bit, if his wife, Sue wasn't bound and determined to be a part of the action.
I love this series and was really excited to read that Tony and Sue were back. And Ms's Adams and Clamp did not disappoint. I think quite frankly this is the best book in this series to date. We learn lots more that I ever wanted to know about Ahmad but I guess he turned out to be an okay guy maybe lol. And they introduced several new characters and hopefully they have plenty more stories left in this series. Especially the new character needs her own story when she gets a bit older.
I give this book 4 1/2 diamonds and add my wishes for many more with this series.