Tuesday, March 11, 2014


Book description:  "Juliet Cole’s life has been dismantled by the murder of her husband. She doesn’t know who—or what—to trust when everything she has believed to be true about her marriage has been a lie. When Juliet Cole’s husband of fifteen years is gunned down in a dark parking lot before her eyes, she thinks it was a random shooting. Devastated and traumatized, she answers hours of questioning. When she’s finally allowed to return home to break the news to her boys, she hears a voicemail that takes the situation from a random shooting to a planned, deliberate attack. "Mrs. Cole, we know you have access to the supply and the money. If you don't turn fifty million over to us and give us the codes, then you'll be burying more family members."
Suddenly, Juliet realizes that she and her children could be in danger. She teams up with her sisters and PI Michael Hogan to dig into the sham Bob has been living for years. The more she learns, the worse the betrayal. A drug trafficking history, a fortune in cash, and a secret family all emerge to turn Juliet’s belief system on its head, and threaten the things she loves. Are she and her sisters skilled enough as sleuths to get to the truth?"
My review:  It has been a long time since I have read a book by Terri Blackstock, and I had forgotten how much I enjoy her books.  I won't be letting as much time pass between the next one. She has a way of weaving her mysteries so that you can just begin to put together a few clues but not enough to solve the mystery before the end of the book.  This was one of those books.  I only wish I had read the first book in this series.  While not necessary, it would have helped me to understand some of the references made in this book.  If you are looking for a tale of mystery, murder, and suspense that will keep you turning pages until the very end, this is the book for you!  I received a complimentary e-copy of this book from Zondervan Books through the BookLook Blogger program in exchange for an honest review.  All opinions are my own.  

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