I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
CIA analyst Vivian Miller is assigned to uncover Russian sleeper cells. She is working on developing a system to identify the undercover agents that live as normal people in plain sight. After finding a dossier of sleeper agents living and operating in the USA, everything she cares about, including her family, is threatened.
The first few chapters of this book was promising, but the story quickly nose-dived into clichés and predictability. Considering Vivian is a freaking CIA agent, it’s ridiculous how enormously stupid, naïve and annoying she is in this story. Her thought-process is nonsense and for an allegedly smart woman, her decisions don’t make sense at all.
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