Breached by John J. Hohn


~ Synopsis ~

Breached is a novel about adults surviving personal betrayal. .

Norm Dennison dies of an apparent shooting accident before he can prove to the homeowners around Lake Hannah that Vernon Brost, a developer, has launched an elaborate scheme to defraud them. The threat to Brost’s plans does not go away with Dennison’s death, however, as Dennison’s widow turns over the dead man’s files to Art Nichols, a Lake Hannah resident and a friend of the retired detective, James Raker. Thugs ransack Nichols’ home to recover the documents. Not finding them, they decide to break into Raker’s home where they are surprised by Raker’s girl friend, Diane Welborn. Welborn is knocked unconscious and the house is set ablaze. Together Nichols, a Viet Nam veteran, and Raker begin tracking down the intruders. Welborn is hospitalized in serious condition. While in a coma, she recalls her painful childhood, her unsuccessful first marriage and her struggles to find fulfillment after her divorce. Raker and Nichols stay in pursuit of the men who attacked Welborn in hopes of spoiling the swindle and bringing the men to justice..


~ Review by Angela ~

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*

Beyond the synopsis of the book, there really isn’t much else to say about it. The suspense wasn’t really there for me as you kind of are told who’s behind the problems early in the book. There was way too much dialogue and conversations between the characters. It just felt disjointed and kind of jumbled. It was hard to read at times because of all of the talking and internal dialogues. I didn’t really get into the story or click with any of the characters. It was a so-so read that I think could have been better without all of the dialogue and more suspense. I give this 3 books.






~ Purchase Links ~


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