[Book Review] DiAnn Mills’ “Airborne”

“The tragedy that had threatened their lives had drawn them together.”

Diann Mills’ upcoming novel “Airborne” is placed under the categories fiction, romance and suspense and it delivers each one effortlessly. From the first chapter, readers are instantly transported to the complicated world of FBI agent Heather Lawrence. She’s headed to Germany while taking a much needed vacation away from her tumultuous marriage. Little did she know, a deviant criminal happens to be one of her fellow passengers.

As the book progresses. readers are exposed to the raw and detailed descriptions of a mysterious germ in flight. Heather is even forced to return to work mode to discover who is behind the heinous attack. Unfortunately, her estranged husband, Dr. Chad Lawrence, is a person of interest, and she becomes a target. Finding the real culprit will prove to be harder than it appears, because the criminal suffers from a dissociative personality disorder. It keeps you guessing until the very end.

“Airborne” is a valiant novel when it comes to suspense. The virus description and action packed scenes are intense. On the other hand, the faith and romance aspects give the book a much needed break. In my opinion, the best part of “Airborne” has to be the main characters relationship with God. Author DiAnn Mills puts a more realistic take on people’s approach to religion, and it’s an appropriate read for people from all religious backgrounds.

“Airborne” is scheduled to be released on September 8th, 2020.

*A Special Thanks to Tyndale House Publishers for the advance reader copy of the book and cover image*

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