Military romantic suspense fiction
has gained a blazing new star! Vicki Hinze continues to work her special magic, with the elements of romance, danger and intrigue.

Its an assignment guaranteed to destroy her career. Captain Tracy Kenner must act as defense counsel to Captain Adam Burke of Intel, who stands accused of treason, cowardice and murder.

Even Tracy is convinced that her client is guilty. But Adam claims that he was set up. He believes that his men died not from a bomb blast, but due to a new form of nerve gas. Challenged by Adams assertion that she was deliberately assigned his case because she is incapable of doing the hard investigative work this case will require, Tracy resolves to get at the truth.

Tracy is horrified when Adam is killed in a suspicious fire. Even more disturbing, her superiors want to close the case. It is becoming more and more likely that Adam was right, something is very wrong at Laurel Air Force Base.

Tracy is now faced with the hardest decision of her life. She must choose between justice and her conscience, or salvaging her career.

(Apr., 352 pp, $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith