Image of Honor (Bannon Brothers)


Image of Honor (Bannon Brothers)

Dailey’s latest novel in the Bannon Brothers saga is dramatic and suspenseful. As always, her characters are larger than life and their predicaments are intriguing. Unfortunately, Kenzie is a difficult character to like. Her continual pushing away of Linc Bannon doesn’t ring true and seems more like a plot device than an actual conflict. Furthermore, the use of Facebook to convey messages seemed a little naïve for trained investigators.

Intelligence agent Linc Bannon sees a news report and thinks his friend Kenzie has been in an accident. It isn’t her, but a friend who borrowed Kenzie’s car. After the accident, Kenzie learns that another friend, a soldier, was killed in Afghanistan. Linc and Kenzie soon uncover a connection between the two incidents, discovering that neither is an accident. They join forces to stop a killer. (KENSINGTON, Jun., 346 pp., $25.00)
Reviewed by: 
Roseann Marlett