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.
After 7 days, did we see if Jordan lived long enough to write her exposé?
Review by Rajivs Reviews, “The villains were also dynamic and complex, giving Jordan and Maggie a run for their money. Personally, Sonya was my favorite. While Ryan fumbles and doesn’t cover his tracks well, Sonya calculated and thoroughly did her homework.”
Review by prdg reads “I think Jordan Reed may now be my new favourite female protagonist, she was bad ass, sassy and not afraid to take the path you least expect to get the results she needed!”
Jazzy Book Reviews put KC Gillis in the spotlight as we learn what his top 5 movies are, the first book that made him cry, how long it takes him to write a book and so much more
Review by Sharon Beyond the Books, “A thriller that I found hard to put down, the twists and turns made it so I wasn’t too sure which direction the story was heading in next.”
Review by Lyndas_bookreviews (IG), “This is very well written, with a great environmental message. A fabulous read and I’ll be looking at the earlier books”
Extract at The Pufflekitteh Reads, “The beep of her phone, signaling an incoming text, interrupting her plan: “Jordan it’s Frankie…it’s been a while. I’ve got something 4U…can U talk?” Who the hell is Frankie?
Jordan thought the text must have been a mistake. She couldn’t think of someone named Frankie who’d text her.”
Extract at Portable Magic, “Before the flock finally settled on the ground the next morning, several more members met the same fate. More would not survive to start the next leg of the journey.”
Review by Books with Gina, “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.”
Review by Sue Loves to Read, “I really really enjoyed this book. I love this series and don’t want it to end. I loved Jordan. A very strong woman.”
Review by ChaosHappinessBookMama, “This book is well researched, planned and executed. It immediately made me think of the Pelican Brief by John Grisham.”
Extract at sj_bookshelf (IG), “The headline read: “Local Biotech Caught Hiding Patient Deaths.” The byline listed Jordan Reed. “Son of a bitch. She was the one who took down GenPhage.” Arthur made a phone call.”
b for bookreview put K.C. Gillis in the spotlight as we learn when and where he prefers to write, if he would be a goodie or a baddie in a book, who he would love to interview and so much more
Review by twilight_reader (IG), “This is a brilliantly fast paced read to prevent Jordan and her new teammate from being murdered. This book is jam packed with every twist imaginable the turn of events couldn’t come quick enough for me.”
And that is well and truly a wrap!
Thank you ever so much to everyone who has taken part in the tour!
Until the next adventure xxx