Review: The Eagle and the Arrow by A.J. O’Connell

This review of The Eagle and the Arrow made my day! Go check out Ally at Word Vagabond; she’s got one fabulous book review site.

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eagleandarrowfinalcoverrgb96dpiThe Eagle and the Arrow picks up some months after the events that occurred in O’Connell’s debut book, Beware the Hawk.  However, this time we’re seeing things from the point of view of Helen Roberts, director of the mysterious Resistance, which is actually a semi-secret anti-terrorist organization—which is actually a private courier service for the government.

Or is it really any of those things?  After she’s ordered to take Vanessa Pye (aka “Pink”) out of Guantanamo and ‘keep an eye on her,’ Helen’s hard-won professional career starts to unravel, and circumstances force her to take a much harder look at what kind of organization she was really a part of.

The Eagle and the Arrow is every bit as good as its predecessor, and maybe even a little bit more suspenseful.  Everything we thought we knew from Beware the Hawk is being turned on its head; even the character…

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