In The Arms of the Enemy
Assassin willing to kill racehorses on demand.
In the Arms of the Enemy is
dedicated to those horses lost to man’s greed and inhumanity, and to those humanitarians who make it their mission to save and
Click on the document below to read an excerpt of Ms. Guthries' debut novel.
Amazon 5 star review *****
By Suzanne Valente on February 17, 2007
For a short time in my life I became interested in Romantic Suspense. Patricia Guthrie has renewed this interest a bit if only to eagerly await her next .
Authors today seem to have an excess of sex, violence and curse words in their books. IN THE ARMS OF THE ENEMY has none of these things overdone. As a matter of fact the curse words that others seem to think are necessary to writing are absent from Ms. Guthrie's book. The other two are done to a level adequate to this grand read, which delights me to no end.
Ms. Guthrie uses a storm to set the scene for big troubles to come and she has a spinning wheel of suspects that keeps one actively involved in the plot.
In short spurts you grow to dislike a character and then in a brief scene you begin to see another side and then the author kills the character. At the moment I found this character was dead, I screamed and hollered at Patricia with all the fury within my soul. She evoked such emotion in me that I for one cannot wait to read her next book. I also thank her for sharing her creative soul with us. Great job, Patricia.