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Quick Review: The Grey Zone by Jason McMillan

The Grey Zone by Jason McMillan

Swathi’s Rating: 3.5/5

Published: 21 Aug 2018 by Concierge Marketing Inc. Rooney Publishing

What’s it about:

For most of the world life had improved after the implementation of the Basic Human Standard and the formation of the Global Federation of Nations. However, after fifteen years, there are some who still fight against the principles of the organization. Natalie Kelley is a journalist for the Chicago Tribune whose reporting focuses on American terrorist groups in opposition to the GFN.

When an Oklahoma City restaurant is attacked, Natalie travels to investigate the incident, but soon begins to question whether the assault was an amateur action or part of a larger conspiracy.

What we think?

For the fans of James Patterson, David Baldacci, and Lee Child, there’s a steady flow of action, crime, clash of Titans and drama around the conspiracies of United States.

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