Book Review: The Betrayal A Precinct 11 Novel by Jerry Jenkins
Boon Drake is back in the second book of the Precinct 11 Series. It picks up right where The Brotherhood left off and takes you on a non-stop ride of mystery, action, heart and the hunt for the truth. Drake has taken down the heads of the biggest street gangs and organized crime units and barely escaped with his life. Now he is back and it soon becomes apparent something is not right. When his girlfriend Haeley is arrested, he has no choice but to put himself back into the game and find out the truth, even if it‘s not what he wanted to hear. He doesn’t know who he can trust and who he shouldn’t. He has to rely on his mind and his heart to lead him through and to stay alive. Enemies are friends and friends are enemies in this exciting story of a cop who has loved, lost and pressed on with his faith.
Jerry Jenkins has done a wonderful job with the sequel to The Brotherhood. It flowed from one book to the next perfectly and left me griping the edge of my seat the entire time. I couldn’t put the book down until I had devoured it from cover to cover. The Betrayal is filled with action, heart and comfort.
Jerry Jenkins is a New York Times Bestselling author. He also owns the Christian Writers Guild. He has made USA Today, Publishers Weekly and Wall Street Journal lists. If you would like more information on this author and his books, be sure to stop by his website http://www.jerryjenkins.com/
*I received a free advance readers copy of this book from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.*