7/29/2010

Deadly Disclosures

A Dinah Harris Mystery
Julie Cave
2010
Master Books
A Division of New Leaf Publishing Group
Fiction/Suspense/Mystery

Reviewed by Cindy Loven

Dinah Harris is a washed up FBI agent who has a major drinking problem.  She should have been fired, but the powers that be, figured surely she couldn't cause too much harm in a teaching position.  However her friend Agent Ferguson, believes that she is not washed up and still has great skills to offer in helping to solve a delicate case.  The Secretary of the Smithsonian has gone missing and he needs to be found, and publicity needs to be kept low.
Ferguson and Harris, work together trying to figure out why in the world anyone would kidnap a nice mild mannered man like Thomas Whitfield.  They find the deeper they dig the more complex this case becomes.  Not only that, the investigation quickly turns into a murder investigation when Thomas Whitfield's body shows up in the trunk of a car fixing to be crushed for scrap.  They really are baffled to figure out why anyone would want the man dead, he seemed to have no enemies, but when people talk to the FBI about this case they have a tendency to wind up dead.  Three of the people they have talked to about Thomas Whitfield have been found dead.  How many people will die before they solve this case?  And how high is the stakes in this case, it seems that the powers that be, have lots of control over the decisions being made about the case. 
Dinah will face her own demons from her  past, will they destroy her?  Has Ferguson wasted his time, effort and trust on a drunk? 
Julie Cave, has brought an exciting story, that follows along with the political climate of America.  This book will have you on the edge of your seat as you realize that some of the things you are reading are just a bit too real for your peace of mind.  Do not miss this book!!!  283 pages $9.99 US 5 stars
This book was provided by the publisher for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review

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