Jeopardy Surface

Jeopardy Surface

by Sheri Leigh Horn


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ISBN-13: 9780998132600
Publisher: Perpetuity Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 03/01/2017
Pages: 360
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

SHERI LEIGH HORN, a native of Mt. Pleasant, Texas, spent two decades in the military, instructional design, and private investigation fields before pursuing her true passion: cultivating stories. She lives in Northern Virginia with her sons, Australian Cattle Dogs, and Truman Capote the cat, dreaming of a quiet lakeside writing life.

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Jeopardy Surface 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
WhisperingStories More than 1 year ago
eopardy Surface tells the story of Regan Ross, an FBI agent who is no stranger to trauma in her life, starting at a young age when she witnessed both her parents die. However, her mind is a blank about the event and she does not remember the details surrounding their deaths. Following her parents deaths, Regan and her older sister Erin, went to live with their Aunt Tabitha. As she grew older, Regan joined the military, and then later the FBI, becoming a Special Agent. In both jobs she again suffered traumatic experiences, and again she didn’t remember the details about what happened, it was like time was missing from her mind. Regan’s sister Erin is a doctor, and her daughter Lanie is considering dropping out of medical school to follow her Aunt Regan’s career path. Her mother is not particularly jumping for joy over this prospect. But then something traumatic happens that changes everything. This book gripped me from the very beginning. I particularly liked how the main characters traumatic experiences were used, so that the author did not have to explain every detail, and if the reader desired, they could fill in the blanks in Regan’s memory. The plot is filled with a lot of traumatic experiences, but it is written so skillfully that there is no need for the gritty details. I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed the book. Once I started reading I could not put it down. For that reason I award it four stars.