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Jill Williamson’s Chokepoint

About

Ever since I returned from Moscow, life is a full court press. Mission League
field agents are everywhere. All the time. Watching. Waiting for me to fulfill a
sixty-year-old prophecy. When some baddies try to guy-nap me, the field agents
threaten to move me and Grandma Alice to some random hick town, to give us new
fake identities until the prophecy is fulfilled.

Not going to
happen.

I’ve got one chance to stay in Pilot Point. I have to prove to
the agents that I can stay safe. Have to make this work. For basketball. For
Kip. For Beth.

So, bring it, baddies. It’s game on.

Review

This novella picks up right where The New Recruit left off and I loved being in Spencer’s head again. Ms. Williamson has so captured the thoughts and actions of a teenage boy that I feel like I’ve met a form of Spencer before. Spencer begins to try to dig deeper into his family past while also dealing with a traitor in the agency. Fun, exciting, and intriguing. Spiritually, there is the continual emphasis on the use of spiritual gifts and Spencer comes to realize the importance of prayer even more. You won’t want to put it down and I’m eager for the next mission to come out.

Special note:100% OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THIS ENOVELLA GO TOWARD THE ADOPTION OF LITTLE SYNDEY
FROM EASTERN EUROPE. PLEASE, HELP BRING SYDNEY HOME.

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