“A Secret to Die For” by Lisa Harris, book review
Grace Callahan has been raised to take care of herself by her father. She has multiple escape routes from her house, with contingencies for each one. Her gun is in her bed side table, and she knows to shoot in order to protect herself. However, she never planned to use any of this training. But when she hears a strange noise downstairs and sees the light beam in her kitchen, she is out the window and on the run. But who is chasing her and what does he want?
Detective Nate Quinn has just been cleared for active duty following a bombing that killed many including his partner. He is still dealing with PTSD, but is ready to get back to work. His first case is the murder of Steven Shaw, and the best and only lead is his old friend, Grace Callahan. Together they work to solve this complicated and dangerous case.
This is a high action suspense book, with lots of twists and turns. It is a real page turner, as the author gives us just a little information at a time to keep us wondering what will happen next.
I recommend this book for those who like suspense novels and crime stories.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Revell. All opinions expressed are my own.