K.C Gillis – Migration Event

‘Migration Event’ by K.C Gillis is the third book in the Jordan Reed mystery series. A gripping, environmental thriller that certainly thrills throughout! Let’s check out the synopsis.

K.C Gillis

Jordan Reed lives to expose criminals who believe they’ll never get caught. So after receiving a tip about a high-profile company dodging tariffs, the relentless journalist digs into the case. But though her lead turns out to be a red herring, a possible connection to the mysterious death of long-distance migratory birds pulls her into a byzantine maze of corruption and pollution.
Joining forces with a rogue conservationist, Jordan infiltrates the inner circle of one of Boston’s top corporate citizens. But when she and her new teammate find themselves surrounded by high-powered enemies, her hunt for the truth could force the coverup of their own murders.
Will the tenacious reporter live long enough to write the ultimate exposé?

I have a new female character to love! Jordan is strong, fiesty and a woman who does not take the path of least resistance. She is not afraid to makes waves and it shows. A series with more than one strong woman that doesn’t let anything get in the way of them doing what is right…even if it outs them in danger along the way.

I had no issues reading this without the previous two books, but I will be looking for the other two, for sure. I found ‘Migration Event’ to be a bit of a slow burner, then, as the story unfolded, the action kicked in and there it was, the edge of the seat and heart in the mouth moments began. A thriller that I found hard to put down, the twists and turns made it so I wasn’t too sure which direction the story was heading in next.

A story with a environmental message as well as a fabulously well plotted story. I thoroughly enjoyed my time with Jordan and Maggie too!

Thanks to ZooLoo’s Book Tours and K.C Gillis for the copy of the book and my place on the tour.

Published by Sharon

A book blogger https://sharonbeyondthebook.wordpress.com

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