About the Book
Book: Capitol in Crisis
Author: Kathy Roy Johnson
Genre: Thriller/Suspense/Christian Thriller
Release date: September 2020
Simone Perez, Architect of the Capitol, is stunned when a terrible explosion which rocks the Capitol, totally collapsing the tunnel which connects the House and Senate Chambers and trapping several people. Simone promptly assembles an Interagency Committee to help her assess the damage to the Capitol and develop a strategy to rescue survivors. . She also assumes responsibility for briefing the press, making her job even more daunting. As the story unfolds, members of the Committee work together to find survivors and bring them to safety. We meet several true-to-life characters like Fire Chief Earl Bentsen who recognizes that time is of the essence and Rob Tate, a skinny maintenance worker who realizes that he can reach the Café as well as the mechanical room by crawling through an old vent space. Through several twists and turns, Simone maintains a steady hand, aided by the Speaker of the House, John McIntyre, who finds her very attractive. Although it seems an impossible task, one by one, victims reunite with their families.
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Capitol in Crisis is a wonderful debut by Kathy Roy Johnson. I thought it was a pretty good read. It is full of mystery and suspense. I did not find it to be predictable and had to keep reading to find out what would happen next. There is action, adventure, twists and turns that I found compelling. I liked that there was a faith element sprinkled in the story, as well. It is most definitely worth read. I loved it.
I am giving Capitol in Crisis four and a half stars. I recommend it for readers who enjoy reading clean mystery and suspense. I am hoping Kathy Roy Johnson will be releasing something new in the near future. I am curious as to see what else she comes up with.
I received a paperback copy of Capitol in Crisis from the publisher. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.
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