With its intriguing plot and novella length, Fading Into the Night is a quick way to dive into some suspense and danger! Ben and Nora are characters that the reader gets to know just enough about to be interested in whether they can follow the clues and stop a terrorist before it is too late. I liked the setting and seeing both Amish and Englisch working together. I enjoyed this quick read and look forward to the next novella in this series.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
When a cyber terrorist targets the Amish town of Shipshewana, an Amish farmer and a seasoned agent join forces to stop the attack.
How do you defend yourself against an attack you can’t see?
Nora Brooks has been sent to the small town of Shipshewana to stop a cyber-attack that could kill hundreds. She doesn’t realize that she’ll need an Amish farmer to do so. Ben Lapp is walking around the corner of his barn when he comes face to face with a woman dressed in black, bleeding from a wound on her right arm, and aiming a gun at him. When he learns why she’s there, he wants to do more than stay out of her way. He wants to help her stop this threat to the community and the people that he loves. But the man who is threatening Ben’s community has faded into the night, and it’s going to take every bit of cunning and instinct these two possess to find and stop him.
This story first appeared in the Summer of Suspense Anthology. Already read it? Check out the continuing story with Midnight Strike, book 2 in Vannetta Chapman’s Cyber Division series.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Vannetta Chapman writes inspirational fiction full of grace. She is the author of over twenty novels, including the Pebble Creek Amish series, Shipshewana Amish Mystery Series, and Plain and Simple Miracle series. Vannetta is a Carol award winner, a Christy finalist, and she also received more than two dozen awards from Romance Writers of America chapter groups. She currently writes Christian suspense, Amish romance, and Amish mystery. She was a teacher for 15 years and resides in the Texas hill country.