Joseph is back.Last time the killings were for respect. This time, they’re for fun.When a deadly flesh-eating bacteria attacks a small town in Pennsylvania, the FBI assigns its top field agent to the case. Reagan White is a seasoned veteran, but the gruesome nature of this outbreak makes her cringe. Also making her cringe is her new partner, Allen Williams, a preptastic agJoseph is back.Last time the killings were for respect. This time, they’re for fun.When a deadly flesh-eating bacteria attacks a small town in Pennsylvania, the FBI assigns its top field agent to the case. Reagan White is a seasoned veteran, but the gruesome nature of this outbreak makes her cringe. Also making her cringe is her new partner, Allen Williams, a preptastic agent sent over from the counterterrorism unit. But when the bacteria spreads from one city to seven, whispers of terrorism rise and the two FBI agents must work around the clock to find the person behind the deadly outbreaks.*Note: The Enemy Within is written as a sequel. While it can be read as a stand-alone book, the story will seem more complete if you first read Do No Harm.*...
|Title||:||The Enemy Within|
|Number of Pages||:||475 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Enemy Within Reviews
3.5 StarsWow. What an awesome conclusion to this duology. The first few chapters of the book were a bit slow, but all of those details were necessary to build up to the exciting conclusion. The thing I love most about Danielle Singleton's books is that it is difficult to guess the ending. She develops these jaw-dropping plot twists that just leave you wanting more. One of the characters in the book compared the killer to Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. I can definitely see the similiarities. I also think that if you took the mad scientist aspects of Frankenstein and virus hunting plot of The Hot Zone, that you would end up with something that looks a lot like this series.
This book was simply spectacular. I literally read it all in one day because it was so riveting! What I really like about Danielle Singleton's books are the richness of description in her characters, realistic and believable dialogue and well-researched facts behind whatever she is choosing as her topic. Each of her three books has dealt with different technical aspects, from kidnappers to the blood supply and now, water treatment. Her characters are experts In everything because she does the right research. This book had a little bit of everything, intrigue, horror in a couple of scenes readers will identify upon arrival, attraction between colleagues and numerous twists. I look forward to everything else Danielle Singleton will release in the future!
I was given an advance release copy of this book and wow! Loved it! It's a great sequel to Do No Harm. I love reading the books written by Danielle Singleton, she really knows how to draw a reader in!