Lisa was four when her father took her to a civil rights march, where she connected with an African American girl the same age. When a man is shot at the march, the police quickly find and arrest a man. Now, the man is asking Lisa's dad to investigate and prove his innocence. Using her father's skill as a former FBI agent and Lisa's as a federal prosecutor, the estranged pair must work together to uncover the truth.
This is Lis Wiehl's best book (in my humble opinion). At the end of the book, there's a note explaining how the book is connected to events in her own life, so perhaps that's what makes this book stand out from her others, which are also good.
I liked Lisa and her dad and felt bad for both of them. Even though the reader knows who is behind the murder(s), it's a fun ride getting to the action-packed conclusion.
On top of the action and suspense, the author handles the sentiments of the civil rights movement well....realistic.
I recommend this book to those fans of suspense who enjoy a Christian themed book without a lot of preaching.
I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own.