Image of Bannon Brothers: Honor (Bannon Brothers Trilogy)

BANNON BROTHERS: HONOR

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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