Review - Traitors from Inside Out by MM Justine

My Copy of the Book

Year Published: 2014
Genre: Medical, Science, Crime, Suspense

Dr Peter Stromstedt and his wife died in a mysterious car accident. Their daughter, Martina and her brother Sebastian are left with a vast inheritance of a medical company. Martina discovers there are forces working against her. She sets out on a dangerous path to find answers. 
She unveils a sinister plot that threatens to exterminate humanity, working in the shadows to replace natural immunity with artificial immunity for economic gains. The evil forces unleash their powers on humanity to exploit, control, manipulate, and intimidate the population into submission to harmful treatment. 
Martina stands as a shield for humanity against the evil powers. Time is running out. Martina's life is in danger, but will she stand to save humanity, or will she save her own skin. Her decision must be weighed carefully. The wrong decision will mean the extinction of humanity.

About the Author:
MM Justine, is a Swedish/Ugandan author. She was born in Uganda, the pearl of Africa, where she grew up on the shores of Lake Victoria, in Entebbe. She has traveled widely, lived, and worked on four continents. She writes fiction from facts to educate the unknowing, depicting the turbulent world we live in. Traitors from Inside Out, is the first installment in the Traitors Trilogy. It is a heart throbbing thriller, designed to keep your pulse pounding through to the second and third installments.
MM Justine writes articles in the Writers Journal Kings Calendar and regularly publishes at iPatriot. She continues with her passion and vocation with the same fervor and excitement to travel the world.
MM Justine is a Corporate Executive with long experience in both public and private sector.

Connect with the Author:
Author Website: MM Justine Author Website

Buy the Book:
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My Take on the Book:
At first it was a little bit difficult to get into this book, but once I was past that stage, the reading became easier as I went further into the novel and the story-line; but even though the writing appeared to flow, there were times when it seemed a little bit disjointed. There was a particular character that seemed to be quite grey in his morals and values, and I found Martina Stromstedt Edgren was somewhat elegant. I ended up giving this book a four star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review. 

Last Word:
I'll definitely be reading the second book at some stage, even though the topic of the novel isn't my usual type of reading.