When Adversity Becomes Insanity. For Tori McMillan, widowed and unemployed at thirty-six, it seemed as though life couldn't get much worse. But then she watches in horror as her best friend inexplicably walks into a crowd, kills four people, and disappears. When her friend's young son, missing for seven years, is sighted at an encampment of white separatists, Tori searches for answers. Her quest takes her to a Yucatan jungle and a secret buried by pre-Columbian explorers, and to the White House, where the President's closest advisor prepares to implement his own secret agenda for the nation. In a suspense-filled climax, Tori follows a trail of missing children to the Colorado mountains and a bizarre and lethal cult, whose enemies are...BOUND TO DIE.
About the Author
Brian Lutterman is the author of the mystery-thrillers Bound to Die, a Minnesota Book Award runner-up, and Poised to Kill, described by the Midwest Book Review as ¿. . .a masterfully woven tale of tycoons and terrorists.¿ Lutterman, a former trial lawyer and corporate attorney, writes cutting-edge corporate thrillers, bringing to life the genre¿s outsized conflicts and characters. A graduate of the University of Minnesota and Georgetown University Law Center, he lives with his family in the Twin Cities. He can be found on the web at: www.brianlutterman.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Bound to Die based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
I really enjoyed the tale, kept me intrigued and turning pages till I finished. I would love to see Tori in a sequel! Gotta be some other bad guys out there she could take out. Wonderful characters! The book moved like a chess match, trying to anicipate what would happen next but with some wicked surprises along the way. Very entertaining! Looking for more from the author but it appears you don't have anything. Too bad.
When I saw that this book won the mystery novel award, I wanted to see why it won. Now I know. Bound To Die is not only a mystery, but a great suspense thriller. The author got my attention from the first page and didn't let go until the last page. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys the sound of their own heart trying to escage from their chest.
Decent plot but no chemistry amongst characters. Definitely could have been written better.