Double Cross (Review)

*Contest* *Contest* The publishing company sent me a copy of this book to review, and gave me permission to give it away in a contest! Please leave a comment to be entered into the drawing for this book NEXT Friday October 2nd **

Double Cross
James David Jordan
B&H Publishing Group

Reviewed by Cindy Loven

Taylor Pasbury, has a history. A violent history. Only 29 and raised by a father who was a former Special Forces Officer, abandoned by her mother at nine, Taylor's life has not been easy. Her father was murdered when she was only seventeen and she was alone. All the training from her father has caused her to turn to a career in private security.

Simon Mason World Ministries, needed a security officer, and Taylor was perfect for the job. A huge international ministry, Simon Mason has been threatened by a blackmailer, and his daughter was kidnapped, and he went to rescue her and was murdered. These are all things of the recent past, and this novel takes up the story, setting the scenario described.

Half a million dollars is missing from the ministry, and fingers originally pointed at Simon Mason. However, after his death an internal audit shows that it is his assistant Elise, who has misappropriated the funds. A visit for confrontation is scheduled. Only when Taylor and Kacey, Simon's daughter arrive, they find Elise in her car in the garage dead. Suicide is the initial ruling. But something is not right. Follow this story as Taylor dives into a investigation that will endanger her, Kacey and her mother, who has reappeared into her life.

James David Jordan, has written an excellent mystery for all suspense lovers. This book will keep your interest and you will finish wishing for more. Most definitely a book to share with others! A five star rating is well deserved for this author and book. 302 pages $14.99 US

Release date October 1, 2009
Available at your favorite book store, where B&H books are sold!!


  1. ooohhhh...sounds like a really good book!!! I want it :) lol...

  2. Sounds like an interesting book, ;)

  3. Hey, you better pick me or there'll be trouble, baby. This is mean-o-pausal DonnaSue

  4. Ooh coolio!!!!
    You are rock star awesome!!!!
    Linda reddoch

  5. I so want to read this one!!!! :)

    Thanks Cindy!


  6. sound like another awesome book cindy...

  7. Wow, sounds like a book I'd actually buy! Count me in on your drawing, please.

  8. pick me!! pick me!! You know I LOVE to read! :-)

  9. Sounds like a book I'd love to read. Having just moved across the state of Michigan, after nearly 9 months with no work and a out of work Pastor husband something free would be very much appreciated.

    The character in the book sounds too real to me having come from a rough, abusive childhood into a previous abusive marriage, into the military (12 yrs)! Knowing God's mercy and love after everything is a miracle in itself, learning from my experiences to help teens has been rewarding. Looking forward to starting our volunteet youth ministry in our new home!

    Please pick me, as I will be sure when I am dont to pass the book onto others who are less fortunate yet have a passion for reading!

  10. Sounds like a great book Cindy!!