This is the third and best Jack Taggart novel by Easton, a former undercover operative for the RCMP. The subject is human trafficking, a loathsome practice, and Eastons knowledge gives the plot plenty of realism as the action moves from Cuba to Hanoi. - Margaret Cannon, Globe and Mail, August 9
This novel will definitely thrill anyone who dares to enter this dark world. Just be forewarned that its always darkest before Taggart finishes his vendetta. In Angel in the Full Moon, Easton has delivered his third and most personal story yet, and one that hopefully will give him greater exposure to the masses, since it blows away all expectations that his first two books promised."
Angel in the Full Moon is a raw, in-your-face sequel that draws on the authors career as a RCMP undercover operative and shows his talent as a realistic storyteller. Don Easton has a gift for blunt dialogue, real-life plotting and sinister settings that profile the action in harsh light and murky shadows. Eastons characters feel real, not imagined, as he exposes their raw emotion in gripping terms Easton writes with a sense of urgency that explores Taggarts gut-wrenching determination and drives the story to an explosive conclusion. This is a fine series that just keeps getting better each time out. Don Graves, The Hamilton Spectator (Hamilton, ON) July 19
Reviewingtheevidence.com Sep 8 Easton has taught his readers that Jack Taggert is a master of manipulation and creative problem solving. In fact, Jacks trademark sting plot twist is a much anticipated part of the books. Eastons prose is straight up and undecorated, which may not appeal to some readers, but his stories are interesting and well told. His skill in interweaving the investigation plot and personal lies of his characters has become more polished in this novel.
The third Jack Taggert book is probably the darkest, sine Easton delves into his own family's past and further blurs the line between author and character. Again let me state: one of the coolest Canadians ever.
(Bruce Grossman, bookgasm.com)
... a powerful and passionate novel.
There is a terrible urgency to Angel in the Full Moon, not only in the plotted pursuit of some very bad guys, the tortures endured by a little girl, and the gleeful plans of a psychopath, but in the desperately furious writing itself.
(Joan Barfoot The London Free Press