Exposure – Brandilyn Collins – Book Review

December 8, 2010
by Michael Lee Joshua

Brandilyn Collins gives us yet another suspense filled book with action that pulls you into the story from page one to the last. Even if you want to put it down, you won’t be able to do so.

In Exposure, a journalist’s column takes on a life of its own and begins to haunt her in the form of photos that only she sees. One more novel that is totally characteristic of Collins’ trademarked “Seltbelt Suspense” brand. As you go through the days of the life of Kaycee Raye, it’s not hard to identify with her apprehension and fear at each turn. A picture here, a picture there – photos that show up on her kitchen counter, her computer monitor, even in her car – but disappear just as quickly. One wonders who is really exposed…

Though her friends want to help her, it does seem that Kaycee is just a bit ‘over the edge.’ Is she paranoid? Seeing things? Is someone following her?

Imagine how you would react… read the book and you’ll find yourself on the edge of your seat… with an unexpected twist that we have come to expect from Brandilyn Collins.

Strap on your seatbelt – you’ll need it.

This book was autographed at the 2010 ACFW conference. If you would like to have it, post a comment to this review (include your email address). A random commenter will be chosen on December 17, 2010.