Diane Strong lives in Kentucky with her husband and their two children. She received a liberal arts degree at Itasca Community College, a Bachelors of Science in Psychology and Equine Studies from Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana and a Master’s degree in Veterinary Science from the University of Kentucky.
She writes a small column for the Georgetown News Graphic and homeschools her children. In her spare time she competes in road races, triathlons and adventure races. She is the founder of the Georgetown Run Club and Intellectual Society. She loves what she does.
D. E. M. Emrys
on Nov. 09, 2012 :
Before I begin, let me say that I received a free copy of 'The Rescue' in return for a review.
'The Rescue'...well, it's different. Very different. Not my usual sort of thing, but I did indeed finish it in a single sitting, easily devoured during my lunch break. It's 'out there'. It's straight up, to the point. No wasted time with over descriptions.
Character wise...well, it can be difficult to fully realise your characters in a short story, but I think Diane Strong did well with her constricts.
The plot was, again, different. Certainly thriller-esque. Reads like the victim-POV from an episode of 'Bones' almost.
I think everyone will come away with their own opinions of 'The Rescue', so I recommend that you read it before you judge the book by its cover. Fans of Diane Strong will enjoy.
(reviewed the day of purchase)