Today I’m on the book tour for Migration Event by K.C. Gillis, thank you to Zoé at Zooloos Book Tours for organising it and inviting me to take part and thank you to the author and the publisher for my copy.
Synopsis: Environmental destruction. Tax evasion. When reporter Jordan Reed uncovers a link, will she meet a fatal deadline?
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?
Migration Event is the third book in the thrilling Jordan Reed mystery series. If you like powerful female protagonists, threats around every corner, and unexpected twists, then you’ll love K.C. Gillis’s edge-of-your-seat tale.
My Rating: 🐧🐧🐧🐧🐧
My Thoughts: I think Jordan Reed may now be my new favourite female protagonist, she was bad ass, sassy and not afraid to take the path you least expect to get the results she needed!
We’re following Jordan who had stumbled upon a possible tax evasion case on one of the biggest business men in her area, little does she know that investigating it will lead to something a hell of a lot bigger!
This was gripping and really hard to put down, had more than one very strong female character, I loved Maggie just as much as I loved Jordan!
It was full of twists and turns, I honestly didn’t know where the story was going!
This is the third book in the Jordan Reed story and although I haven’t read the first two (yet) I didn’t feel lost or like I was missing anything.
I honestly cannot recommend this enough!