The third in the Jordan Reed mystery series, this is the first one I’ve read, but I don’t think it impacted on the story at all.
Environmental destruction. Tax evasion. When reporter Jordan Reed uncovers a link, will she meet a fatal deadline?
Jordan Reed lives to expose criminals who believe they’ll never get caught. So after receiving a tip about a high-profile company dodging tariffs, the relentless journalist digs into the case. But though her lead turns out to be a red herring, a possible connection to the mysterious death of long-distance migratory birds pulls her into a byzantine maze of corruption and pollution.
Joining forces with a rogue conservationist, Jordan infiltrates the inner circle of one of Boston’s top corporate citizens. But when she and her new teammate find themselves surrounded by high-powered enemies, her hunt for the truth could force the coverup of their own murders.
Will the tenacious reporter live long enough to write the ultimate exposé?
Migration Event is the third book in the thrilling Jordan Reed mystery series. If you like powerful female protagonists, threats around every corner, and unexpected twists, then you’ll love K.C. Gillis’s edge-of-your-seat tale.
A stunning thrill ride through Boston, this book provides plenty of twists and turns.
Jordan Reed is a tenacious reporter. She has brought down some fairly big companies and likes nothing more than digging deep into corrupt officials. Has she bitten off more than she can chew in this third instalment?
I really enjoyed this book, I found it really well-researched and written. I’m a huge fan of political intrigue thrillers so I was expecting pretty much the same as usual but this managed to blow me away with some of the misdirections it threw at me.
The main mystery surrounds Sonya, the blunt and somewhat closed-off staffer for the Boston politician that Reed is initially interested in. She has secrets but nothing is simple when elections are coming up and the politician isn’t doing great in the polls.
Jordan Reed and Maggie Bennett make a great team, I found they worked really well together, and I loved how similar they were.
The criminals in the story were exactly how you expect but with a few twists thrown in just to knock you off balance.
I’ve never read a book where I learnt so much about migratory birds, but I thoroughly enjoyed this one! Migration Event is perfect for the political thriller fan set.
Thanks to Zooloo’s Books Tours and KC Gillis for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.