Talia Inger gets accepted into the CIA and sent to check on the security of a foreign company with defense contracts. While there, she gets caught up in a plot that is aimed at stealing technology and using it against the US. The problem is, she doesn’t know who can be trusted.
The Gryphon Heist grabs your attention on the first page, and holds onto it throughout the book. Even after I finished it, I was still caught up in the story. The characters are easy to imagine, and the action keeps moving with a few breaks that let you get your bearings before the ride starts again.
As the plot unfolds, there are hints that give you an idea of who is on each side, but there are twists that keep you unsure of whether you are right or not. At the end, I found a few surprises that I didn’t see coming. All in all, the book keeps you on your toes, wanting to see what is going to happen next.
This is the first book by James R. Hannibal that I’ve read, but I look forward to reading more from him.
I received a complimentary copy from the publisher through NetGalley. All opinions are my own.