- Author Susan May Warren
- Release Date October 6, 2020
- Publisher Revell
- ISBN/ASIN 9780800735869
- Our Rating
- Reviewed by Jo
THE PRICE OF VALOR is the third book in the Global Search and Rescue series, and I’d love for there to be more. This is Ham and Signe’s story, but it includes so many of the characters—both good and evil—that were woven throughout the first two books in the series. It might be best to read them in order. Nonetheless, THE PRICE OF VALOR had me turning the pages to see what would happen next. I couldn’t read fast enough!
The story is set in Minnesota, Washington, D.C., and Sicily with the mention of other places as well. The vividness of the descriptions made me feel like I was there.
There is a cloud over Signe’s head. She’s supposedly a rogue CIA agent, and while Ham sometimes has his doubts about her, he can’t believe it to be true. His team is there to back him up when the evil gets pushed to the forefront.
There are so many twists and turns to the story and many threads being woven together. I loved seeing how others on Ham’s team were faring when not working a case. Ham and Signe’s daughter played an important role in this tale. Clues from the first two books were brought to fruition here, so it’s best to read the books in order.
The author did a terrific job of portraying the friendliness of the Sicilian people, and the small-town feel resonated with me. The closure is satisfying, but I’d love to meet up with these characters again. I love the cover and how it reflects the importance of the volcano in the story.
Only having read the books in this series penned by Ms. Warren, I do look forward to reading more of her books.