The Siren Project
When the government is compromised, who do you turn to? In Stephen Renneberg’s political action thriller The Siren Project, the answer is John Mitchell, a former Secret Service officer and military man who now works independently to pad his own pockets solving high-risk issues for private customers. What he thought was a run-of-the-mill smash-and-dash grab of intel from a company turns out to be a trap drawing him in to help find a covert government experiment that could spell disaster for the country and possibly the world. With no other option but to take the task, which he puts a hefty price tag on for himself and his team, he agrees to help a man named Knightly find Dr. Steinus and “The Siren Project.” Accompanied by Christa, his new “employer’s” confidant, John finds that his new tag-along is the least of his worries as people succumb to a new mind-controlling device that is the very thing he is trying to find and get out of the wrong hands. He has very few he can trust on his side, but when you are up against the U.S. government, is there any amount of help that you can really trust?
Stephen Renneberg delivers a fast-paced political thriller with The Siren Project that is a page-turner from beginning to end. The story line is very well written and has twists and turns that make this one book that should not be missed. What amps up the excitement of this book is that just when you think you have things figured out, a wrench is thrown into the mix. The characters are very well written, with personality profiles that fit the roles that they have in the story. For all of these reasons and more this book earns a strong five out of five stars.