Code of Honor – Radclyffe

GCLS clean logoCode of honourBlair Powell is set to join her father on the campaign trail even though a domestic terrorist group has already launched one attack on President Andrew Powell’s life. The orchestrators of the assassination attempt are still at large, and Andrew’s opponent is a popular ultra-conservative with questionable ties to the radical right. Blair’s wife, DHS Deputy Director Cameron Roberts has been charged with the task of tracking down those responsible for the attack, while secretly searching for proof that a powerful senator is involved in treason.

Cam has an ace in the hole no one knows about, however—an agent deep undercover in the stronghold of a radical militia group, FBI SA Loren McElroy. Cam’s biggest challenge is running the terrorists to ground without getting McElroy and her renegade handler, Skylar Dunbar, killed in the cross fire.

Book 8 of the Honor series.


A return to a full blown Honor story this plot sees another attempt on Andrew Powell’s presidency and as always Blair is at risk and Cam is in the middle of it all. There’s a lot going on as we follow the presidential tour, the agents on the ground, the dastardly wanna-be President, the Militia and the motorcycle chapter.

Two new characters to add to the mix, undercover agent Loren, hiding out in plain view in a motorcycle chapter, and her handler Sky, who goes to support her agent and gets thoroughly entangled.

Meanwhile Cam is trying to track down the latest threat to the President and his party, and Blair is chaffing under the restrictions she faces and the protection Cam wants to provide. We see the ongoing development of their relationship, post marriage and as always battling through trying to maintain a strong relationship while dealing with the issues the world can throw at them. Their issues may be different to most of ours, but their relationship tales just as much work.

RadclyffeThe interaction between Lauren and Sky is intriguing and the suspense element is provided by the fact that their liaison could be a front the purposes of work, or it could be game playing to protect themselves. Radclyffe always writes good strong women characters and in this we have a whole heap of them, good and bad as she develops the daughters of the militia leader as well as our heroines in the Presidential team.

As always with the Honor Series it brings us new aspects of the secret service, the protection detail and the workings of Homeland Security. An enjoyable read revisiting our favorites while bringing in another set of players to keep us engaged.

(publisher review copy received)

Product info:

  • Paperback: 281 pages
  • First published 2014
  • Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (July 15, 2013)
  • Language: English
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