The final book of the Incognito series is spellbinding. Readers won’t be able to put it down until the last word has been read. As Wiesner revisits the Network, the world’s most covert organization, she has definitely saved the best for last. The cat-and-mouse game that plays out is absolutely fantastic. The reader never knows from one page to the next which characters are good or evil. Not only is the adventure A-plus, but the romance between Vic and Lucy is enchanting.

Long ago, Angelo Pluzetti saved the son of one of the most dangerous men in the world. Unfortunately, a young girl’s life was lost in the battle. Guilt-ridden, Angelo and the man struck a deal making the young man the protector of Angelo’s daughter. Twenty-two years later, Lucy Carlton is on her honeymoon with her husband, Vic Leventhal. It’s not only a celebration of their love, but a celebration of Lucy’s birthday, so she and Vic have decided to go camping. As operatives for the Network, it’s almost impossible to get away, but Lucy is trying her best to “pretend” that she and her husband have a normal life. She wants to forget, at least for a while, that they’re basically being stalked by almost everyone on the planet. What begins as a vacation becomes a mission that will change their lives forever, when they meet up with the Sparks family at the campgrounds — a family who desperately wants their freedom, too. (WHISKEY CREEK, Mar., 288 pp., $15.95)
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Amy Lignor