Thursday, October 2, 2014
Private Justice Book 3
Kate lost her son and husband three years ago in a boating accident. But the details of the accident don't add up to her. Her husband's body was found three days after the accident, but her son's body was never recovered. Three years later she spots a boy that looks just like she imagined her son would look now. This leads to a visit with a private investigator. Kate's life will never be the same, no matter what his investigation brings up.
Several of my friends recommended Hannon, but this was my first chance to read one of her books. I know why she is so highly recommended. The character development is great. The author gave some pretty serious clues to the mysteries right away. But all of the details were still hidden and this is what kept me glued to the book. I liked the subtle romance. It was definitely there, but not over the top for a suspense. There were elements of God woven into the story that gave it an uplifting slant.
My only complaint, and it's a tiny one, is that the epilogue seemed just a bit cheesy.
I really enjoyed "meeting" a new author and definitely plan to read more of her books.
I received this book free of charge from Revell Reads in exchange for my honest review.