David and Diane Munson

Dear Readers,

One of the rules of writing is write about what you know. Diane and David Munson do that with all 4 of their books. They are all spy/lawyer novels. I don’t know if David would call himself a spy, but he has some really good stories to tell in the books they write together.

In Hero’s Ransom, when American Amber Worthing is arrested in China for spying, it sets a series of events into action that could put our nation’s security at risk. Bo Rider is racing to save Amber and to keep China from finding out what her secret really is. She isn’t a spy, but she knows something that would put our relationship with China at risk.

While Amber is caught up in an international struggle, her mother is fighting to keep Amber’s son Lucas out of the hands of his paternal grandparents. People he has never met, and until Amber’s arrest they had no idea he existed. Emotions run high when the two sides battle for the rights to a child caught in the middle.

The Munsons label their books as family friendly and they are. There is plenty of action and adventure without some of the gore. It also will make you wonder about the state secrets that David and Diane know. We complain about our government not doing much, but I believe that a lot happens behind the scenes that we never know about and to be honest with you, I don’t want to know about. It would probably keep me awake at night.

This book is exclusive to Baker Book House and the Munson’s website. It will release to the rest of the country in Febuary. Thank you David and Diane for your support of our store.

Happy Reading.
Chris

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