This was a great book. I did not want to put it down. This is book 13 in a long line of Troubleshooters books. I would suggest reading "Flashpoint" (book # 7) and "Hot Target" (#8) before this one as both books play a part in this one. The characters of "Into the Fire" have to face past events from "Flashpoint" and "Hot Target". Murphy's story in this books starts in "Hot Target" so if you only read one book for backstory make it that one.
I absolutely LOVED this book!! It was a long book (578 pages) and every single page kept me interested. I have read many of this author;s books and this particular series and they are all very good reads, however, this book just blew me away! I highly recommened it!
From the back cover: Vinh Murphy, onetime operative for the elite security firm Troublshooters Inc., has never forgiven the neo-Nazi Freedom Network for the death of his wife. Now, years later, the group's leader has been murdered-and the FBI suspects that Murphy may have pulled the trigger. Murphy can't be sure what he did while drinking himself blind in his grief, but the one person he's always been able to turn to is Hannah Whitfield, and it's at her doorstep he finds himself again. The only way he'll survive is with her help-and that of his old Troubleshooters friends-but can he stand seeing another woman he loves put at risk?
Suzanne Brockman has written another romantic thriller that will keep you turning pages well into the night. There is lots of romance between seemingly unlike partners along with lots of suspense. I really loved this book.