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He's a witness. She may
be lying. And he's falling in love with her.
Detectives Jesse Aaron and Camille Farris have no leads in the murder of Rosa Logan when pretty blonde Sariah Brennan claims to have seen the killer—in a vision. Unfortunately the man she identifies is dead—or is he?
Sariah is an unsophisticated small town girl, but her background and her motives are mysterious. Jesse is increasingly convinced that she has guilty knowledge of the crime, even as he finds himself more and more attracted to her. Can he and Camille unravel the web of secrets before the killer strikes again?
Really enjoyed this mystery or suspense. I’m not actually sure which genre I would call it. I think I identified with it because I am the same person that would not believe someone had visions and yet would wonder how said occurrences happened. It sort of leaves you sitting on the edge of your seat but that might be because of the tension Griffin creates in her writing.
This has good characters. Both cops were great as partners and yet had their own personalities that clashed now and then. That only added to the story. I think the word “story” is what’s important in this review. This is really a good story. The kind that are very hard to put down. I didn’t put it down much.
The other aspect to my liking is that while this does have some romance in it, the amount was small. Romance is not my genre and I have sometimes gotten into something I liked and then been turned off by the content. That was not true here at all. Romance is not the part of the story line that makes this such a good book. Romance is just an enhancement to a good book.
It looks to me as if this is Linda Griffin’s latest publication. She does have others published though. Check them out.
read an excerpt...
“But it came to you that she was killed by a man with a scar on his neck?” He still had a nagging feeling that she knew something, but surely this wasn’t how.
about Linda Griffin...
I was born and raised in San Diego, California and earned a BA in English from San Diego