Friday, August 24, 2012
Nowhere to Run by Nancy Bush
She's always felt someone was watching her every move. That's why she moved away and maintained a very quiet life in an area she felt should be safe. When she takes a late lunch and comes back to find almost everyone in the office dead, she knows he followed her...
Kensington Books sent me an ARC of this book for review (thank you). It has been published so check with your local bookstore to get a copy.
Liv is scared, very scared. She knows she must escape, so she jumps in a jeep passing by slowly and takes the driver hostage. He's not sure if he believes her story, but he takes her home with him so she's in a safe place. That's a good thing because the killer knows where she lives and kills her nosy neighbor when he sees him.
This is a thriller. The tension can be cut with a knife, the killer is determined, desperate and unknown. The only real chance Liv has is her hostage, who just happens to be an undercover cop. Auggie starts out skeptical but soon begins to believe she's not lying. Even if he believes her, can he save her?
I was totally amazed at the killer's identity. It was someone I would never have imagined.
The best part is that you already know there will be another book in this series. Auggie's sister, another cop, is the new target. I'm looking forward to reading that one, too.
If you'd like my copy of this ARC, please leave comment here on my blog and email at info at bookfaerie.com. I'll pick a winner in about a week.