Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Review & Excerpt for The Prophet By: K.J. Dahlen

FBI Agents, Sean and Rheta has been on the search for a serial killer known as the Prophet. When they finally get close to him, they discover a secret network called The Brotherhood. When the Prophet takes the agents sister hostage, they know they don't have much time to bring down The Prophet and The Brotherhood.

This is a exciting and well paced book. I enjoyed the different characters, the Author made it real and will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Here's a little taste of the book !!
It can be found on amazon.com

Good, now put your hands out in front of you,” he told her.
When she did what he asked, he quickly wrapped tape around her
wrists. He grabbed her by the front of her pajamas and pulled her
close to him. “You seem surprised to see me,” he commented.
“Surely you must have figured out I was coming back to get you.”
Rheta nodded. She had known one day they would have to
meet face-to-face, but Rheta had hoped she would be looking down
the barrel of her gun at him. For him to break into her home and catch
her unaware like that seemed almost disappointing.
“I would have waited for awhile, but you see Michael took
something that belongs to me and I want it back.” Zachariah told her.
“And you’re going to help me get it back.”
When Rheta frowned, Zachariah turned up his lips. The
gesture couldn’t be compared to a smile because the merriment didn’t
reach his eyes. In fact, Rheta could feel the heat from the rage
growing inside him getting even stronger. She knew this man was a
very dangerous adversary.
“Aren’t you the least bit curious as to what it was he took?
Or did he tell you already?” Zachariah wanted to know.
Rheta nodded and Zachariah raised his hand and ripped the
tape away from her mouth. Rheta groaned as the tape removed some
of the skin around her mouth. She looked at him and growled.


  1. ooooh. I can't wait to finish it! I'm not to that point yet...so now I'm really excited! Great review!

  2. Sounds like a book worth reading. I love thrillers.