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The Paris Betrayal by James Hannibal | Review


I have to admit before even going into my review of this book the well, James Hannibal is one of my absolute favorite authors. I stumbled upon some of his books a few years ago and have excitedly awaited the release of each new one since then.

The Paris Betrayal is the story of Ben Calix, a spy who's entire world is collapsing.  No-one believes him. He has nowhere to run, nowhere to go and he's running a little low on faith. I don't want to give the story away bit I just love to say that I love how James writes this book weaving together things that I didn't even see on my first read through. I also loved the comparison to Job that was given at the end of the book. How everything, every character had a tie-in to the biblical hero of Job. 

This is honestly my new favorite book from any genre. I'm not even going to admit how late I stayed up up one night to finish it because once I started it I couldn't put it down. 

If you're looking for a riveting, can't put down, edge of your seat thriller then be sure to read The Paris Betrayal! It's from one of the best authors not only in the Christian Fiction genre but just one of the best authors in today's world.

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Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for review purposes. All thoughts and opinions are my own.