Unintended Consequences, the third book in the Jack Turner Suspense Series by Dan Walsh, begins in the modern era with an elderly woman telling her story to a younger woman. The historical story within the modern story begins in chapter five when a small group of American flyers, with the goal of fighting the Nazis, ship across the Atlantic Ocean to enlist in the RAF. One of them, Jack Turner, also wants to discover his English roots. In this process, he meets a French refugee, Renée, and receives the surprise of his life.
Unintended Consequences by Dan Walsh is like a trainer airplane bouncing slowly across a grassy field only to surprise onlookers with its acrobatic agility once on the wing. One of the Unintended Consequences may be that the reader might be tempted to put this book down somewhere in the first four chapters. Don’t do it. Continue reading. It gets really good in chapter five then gains momentum.
My pre-publication e-copy came directly from Dan Walsh and I’m under no obligation to provide a positive review, but how could I not when this riveting book kept pulling me back until my heavy eyelids read the last page. What a fantastic book! Buy it, borrow it, read it. You’ll be glad you did.