Reporter Julie Baker was born in Colombia to missionary parents returns to investigate the mysterious dissappearance of US military assets in the Colombian demilitarized zone. Hesitant yet determined to face the memories of her parents’ death and to write a great investiagtive article, Julie’s goal soon changes to simply surviving when she is abducted by guerilla soldiers and hauled off into the jungle. Unseen, beneath the jungle canopy lies a weapon that could bring America to her knees.
Jeanette Windle writes heart thumping suspense with insider knowledge from her upbringing in Colombia and her meticulous research. The DMZ is replete with danger, political intrigue, non-stop action, engaging characters and a touch of romance. This book easily enthralled me for the whole 512 pages and has my highest recommendation.