FSB agent Yanna Andrevka isnít totally thrilled when her sister finds an internet boyfriend. When Elena and their friend, Katya, disappear when flying to America to meet and marry their boyfriends, Yanna is concerned and believes that Elana and Katya have been picked up by criminals looking to sell the women into slavery.
So, Yanna Andrevka arranges her own kidnapping into Taiwanís sex-trafficking trade, hoping that there she will find her sister. What she finds instead is an impossible situation with no way out.
Delta Force Captain American David Curtiss is after the kingpin of the organized crime syndicate that holds Yanna and hundreds of others, but instead he finds himself in hot water, forced to turn on friends, and relying heavily on God and each other to outwit their enemy...
Wiser than Serpents is the newest book in the Misson: Russia series, but it easily stands alone. The action starts immediately in the prologue, though I was thrown a bit to discover that the actual story begins before the prologue. Otherwise, I had absolutely no complaints about this story.
Susie knows how to write a delightful story, with compelling characters, and nonstop action. The faith message is very much a part of this story, woven into every scene with excellence. Yanna and David are real and the reader quickly grows to care for them. Donít miss this new winner by award-winning author, Susan May Warren. You wonít be disappointed. $6.99. 352 pages.