As prosecutor Mia Quinn chats with her co-worker, she hears gunshots and listens to her friend's last breaths. Teaming with Charlie Carlson, Colleen's murder is linked to another prosecutor's unsolved murder. Will Mia be next?
Mia Quinn has a lot on her plate: grieving her husband's recent death, going back to work after being a stay-at-home mom, and now this. I think these added subplots add to the book because instead of just telling a murder mystery (which is exciting), the author also develops a complex and intriguing character in Mia. Charlie is just as interesting, and I am excited about seeing these characters in future books.
The plot moves quickly, with each page adding to the suspense. Although the murder is the central plot, the book tackles bullying and the secrets those we love keep, making A Matter of Trust a little more thought-provoking than just a great mystery.
Combined together, the great characters and fast storyline make for a great read.
I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own.