AUDIOBOOK REVIEW: The Cabin (Great Lakes Saga #3) by Landon Beach

Publication Date: May 12, 2020
Format: Audio
Genre:  Political Thrillers
Narrators: Scott Brick

Publisher: Brick by Brick Audio     
9 hours 53 min
Buy: Kindle | Audio


A potential worldwide catastrophe looms large, while CIA Officer Jennifer Lear waits in a Berlin café to meet with her agent who has critical information regarding the chilling emerging threat. But the agent is late, and the meeting turns into a frantic struggle to survive, generating many questions about how it all could have gone so wrong--the first being: Who exactly is Jennifer Lear?

Six months later, Iggi and Maria Hilliard arrive at their secluded log cabin on the southern shore of Lake Ontario to celebrate the 4th of July with two friends. One is a co-worker of Maria's, Haley Girard, who is struggling with the idea of turning thirty and just looking for a place to relax away from Rochester. The other guest is recently divorced Detroit Detective Cal Ripley, a man who has been on the front lines since 9/11 and needs time away from his job and Detroit.

The plan is to relax, reflect on life, and reconnect. Maria is also hoping that Haley and Cal find some chemistry. However, as the weekend unfolds, it becomes clear that not everyone in the cabin is who they say they are.

From the cafés of Berlin to the Roman Colosseum. From the jungles of Vietnam to the streets of the Windy City. From the neighborhoods of Detroit to the shores of Lake Ontario, and from the glamor of New York City to the secrets of Langley, Virginia comes The Cabin, the third standalone novel in the riveting Great Lakes action adventure series.


I found this book on hoopla, it is also available in ebook format for free through kindle unlimited.

This is the 3rd book in the Great Lakes Saga but is a stand alone book.  This one takes place on Lake Ontario and is a little more involved and a little bit harder to follow because there are more characters you need to keep track of.  The action flips back and forth between now and the past of each of the characters.

Haley has a secret that she has kept from her good friends Iggi and Maria. Cal is a Detroit cop in the terrorist task force.  Iggi was a pro football player who has a grudge against cops, so he is not looking forward to their weekend guests.  However as time goes by Iggi and Cal find peace when all hell breaks loose and Haley has to reveal her secret to her friends.  Now battling for their life against unseen forces they just want to survive. 

This book is a bit slower than the others until the end, its also a little harder to follow but just as good as the others.  I really enjoyed the espionage aspect to this story line and the struggles of each of the characters. Well written and a good fun read. 


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