Review: Love thy Neighbor

Title: Love thy Neighbor
Author: Mark Gilleo
Publisher: The Story Plant
ISBN: 978-161188034-2

Reviewed by Jo Linsdell

Clark Hayden is a graduate student trying to help his mother navigate through the loss of his father while she continues to live in their house near Washington DC. With his mother’s diminishing mental capacity becoming the norm, Clark expects a certain amount of craziness as he heads home for the holidays. What he couldn’t possibly anticipate, though, is that he would find himself catapulted into the middle of a terrorist operation. As the holiday festivities reach a crescendo, a terrorist cell – which happens to be across the street – is activated. Suddenly Clark is discovering things he never knew about deadly chemicals, secret government operations, suspiciously missing neighbors, and the intentions of a gorgeous IRS auditor. Clark’s quiet suburban neighborhood is about to become one of the most deadly places on the planet, and it’s up to Clark to prevent the loss of hundreds of thousands of innocent lives in the nation’s capital.

Love thy Neighbour is an exciting read from start to finish. Mark Gilleo shows a talent for creating suspense as he unfolds a story all too relevant to events that have taken place in the real world over recent years. 

I highly recommend this book and I'll definitely be on the look out for more titles by this author.


  1. Thank you for your honest review. I am also looking forward to his next novel since I felt this book was gripping and intense. Nice post.

    1. Do you know when another one will be released? When I enjoy a book this much I always want to know when the next one is coming.


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