Thursday, January 6, 2011

Too Close to Home by Lynette Eason

Whenever teens go missing, especially in a small town, citizens want answers, and they want them now. Detective Connor Wolfe is searching for those answers and coming up empty. When the FBI sends in Samantha Cash, a computer forensics expert, to help find a connection between the cases, Wolfe must stay focused on the case and deal with his attraction to Samantha.

As the two team up to solve the murders, they grow closer and find that the murders are hitting closer to home with each one. When Wolfe’s daughter is taken by the murderer, they must work together and trust God to help them save Jenna, Wolfe’s stubborn teenage daughter.

My thoughts: I enjoyed this book. It’s the first one I’ve read by Lynette Eason, and I already bought the second one in the series. The characters are likeable, and the story line is intriguing. The story could have had a little more background—although I suspected who the murderer was, more background information on how this person became a murderer would have been helpful. Overall, an excellent read!

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