4/13/2010

Too Close to Home

Women of Justice Book One
Lynette Eason
2010
Revell
Fiction/Mystery/Suspense

Reviewed by Cindy Loven

Homicide Detective Connor Wolfe, has been brought in by the police in his home town to help investigate the disappearance of teen age girls.  This hits very close to home, as he himself has a teenage daughter in this town.  He is determined to figure out what the link is between all these girls disappearing, and finding them alive if possible.  Also called into the case is Special Agent Samantha Cash from the FBI.  An expert computer analysist, she will take the computers and examine every part possible and even those parts thought to be erased. 
Thrown together by work, the attraction is immediate, however very disconcerting to Detective Wolfe.  Samantha looks very much like his wife who had died several years earlier in an accident.  Even his daughter was amazed by the resemblance. 
Finding a couple of the missing girls dead, puts the heat on, and a news conference turns the heat up on the killer, and also enrages him, causing him to go on a shooting spree, which kills Detective Wolfe's partner and friend Andrew.  Will Connor and Samantha be able to stop this madman before more people are killed?  How many of the missing girls will they find. 
As I finished this book, my first thought was WOW this would make an awesome episode for that detective show that features the FBI profiler team.  This book was a great book, full of suspense, terror and mystery.  You will find yourself holding your breath and hoping that smart decisions are made by young teenage girls.  My first book to read by Lynette Eason, but definitely not my last book I will read by her!! 327 pages $14.99 US 5 stars

Available April 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group

This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review.

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