I skimmed this book but have found her to be a good writer. It is a mystery that is different from so many other books. She kept me reading and I would like to go back and thoroughly read it but I had someone interested in it so I just got it processed and on the library shelf at church.
Gracie Benson is a missionary in Russia. She is on the run because all of her friends are being murdered. She is unaware that she has something the murderers are looking for. A former KGB officer, now with the new KSB is trying to find her and help her.
In Sheep's Clothing is a fast paced thriller that is very hard to put down. I enjoyed it very much but there a couple graphic crimes scenes described that may be hard for some people to stomach. It is a great read and a book you will never forget. I am so glad I read it.
From back cover....
On the run from the murderer of her best friends, missionary Gracie Benson is all alone in Siberia. What she doesn't know is that she has in her possession a medical secret that will save millions of lives -- or cost hers. Trying to keep her alive is an FSB agent, a man pursued by his own demons, including a killer who destroyed his father's life. He and Gracie find themselves in a decades-old mystery of betrayal and Cold War secrets. Only with the help of their friends -- a group of Americans and Russians committed to freedom -- can they outwit the old guard . . . and save Gracie's secret, as well as her life.
About the Author
Christy Award finalist Susan May Warren lives in Minnesota with her family. She and her husband were previously missionaries with SEND International and lived in Khabarovsk, Russia.