Unreasonable Risk

Unreasonable Risk Hannah Morrison s place of business might as well be a bomb Nearly everything inside the fence is either flammable or explosive and somebody is trying to blow it up Hannah s friend and mentor has alre

  • Title: Unreasonable Risk
  • Author: Karen E. Hall
  • ISBN: 9781491227183
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hannah Morrison s place of business might as well be a bomb Nearly everything inside the fence is either flammable or explosive and somebody is trying to blow it up Hannah s friend and mentor has already died, and though she knows it s sabotage, she can t prove it With the help of photojournalist Noel Keller, Hannah uncovers suspect after suspect as the stakes mount forHannah Morrison s place of business might as well be a bomb Nearly everything inside the fence is either flammable or explosive and somebody is trying to blow it up Hannah s friend and mentor has already died, and though she knows it s sabotage, she can t prove it With the help of photojournalist Noel Keller, Hannah uncovers suspect after suspect as the stakes mount for the refinery, its neighborhood and the entire city Determined to avenge her friend s death, Hannah works to identify the saboteur before he decides WHO WILL BE THE NEXT TO DIE Combining elements of mystery, thriller and romantic suspense, UNREASONABLE RISK will keep readers awake long into the night, and make them think hard the next time they drive past an industrial facility Are they safe Really

    One thought on “Unreasonable Risk”

    1. South Dakota author Karen Hall brings a good deal of professional expertise and knowledge to her debut novel. She’s a trained environmental engineer. She understands, presumably, the considerable advantages of the industrial complex that powers the nation. She also understands the risks inherent in the concentration of volatile materials in a place like an oil refinery.Hannah Morrison understands the risks and rewards all too well, as well as the unwelcoming mostly male environment of this par [...]

    2. I read this book quite a few months ago and apparently failed to review it (or at least to post the review!) in any of my usual places. I read this as the Minnesota entry in my A Mystery for Every State project. It's set at an oil refinery/tank farm much like the one in Rosemount, south of the Twin Cities. The protagonist is a sort of risk manager for the refinery -- she's an engineer, but her main concern is making sure nothing awful happens. One of her problems is that a local NIMBY group is u [...]

    3. Karen Hall hits the ground running with the release of her first book, a fast paced thriller. Using her experience as a chemical engineer in an oil refinery, Hall creates a new landscape for thriller fans to explore. While I love a good Sandford cop romp or a Grisham lawyer chase as much as the next thriller fan, I really enjoyed joining Hall's environmental engineer, Hanna Morrison, in the unexplored world of oil refining. Of course Hanna is smart, she would have to be to work as an engineer in [...]

    4. I love the strong gutsy Hannah, met her in book and had to check her other stories out. She works at what is traditionally thought of as a mans job, and works tirelessly to prove she's deserves it. Can be read out of order but you will understand her better if you read in sequence.

    5. In writing Unreasonable Risk, Ms Hall has provided us with an outstanding, and frighteningly plausible, mystery with a strong, likable character. I'm hoping for many more Hannah Morrison novels for many years to come.

    6. Smart mystery with lots of twists and turns. Had me suspecting almost everyone up until the very end.Scary scenario. Look forward to other books by this author.

    7. Good mystery. The author knew about the risks in an oil refinery. It got a bit technical at times but added to the story. Didn't figure out the culprit until the end.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *