by Eric J. Gates
Review by Owen Jones
Outsourced by Eric J. Gates is a typical book of its kind. In fact, it is just what I would have expected…
From Eric J. Gates that is, because it is up to his normal, but well-above average, high standards of suspense-thriller novels. I have read several of his books now, because I look out for them – unfortunately, you have to do that with Indie authors who don’t have the advertising power of a big publishing house behind them.
Unless, that is, you sign up for his newsletter, like I have
This story is about whether one’s fate or destiny can be changed and whether it can be changed by someone else. It is a very interesting concept and Gates treats the subject with his normal in-depth scrutiny. Indeed, thorough research and in-depth knowledge is a hallmark of this book and all of Gates’ work.
Gates cunningly wraps this story around the metier that he himself has taken up – that is that of author. It is a nice touch, which becomes central to the storyline, which evolves into involving the security forces, both secret and public, as a madman seeks revenge.
The twists and turns in the plot will keep you on your toes, as the plot unfolds… Just when you think you know where it is going, something else happens. I promise that Outsourced will keep you on your mental toes.
I recommend Gates’ latest suspense-thriller ‘Outsourced’ and if like me, you appreciate attention to detail through thorough research, you will love this book like I do, and find it difficult to put down, like I did, even at two o’clock in the morning.
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by +Owen Jones