Sunday, September 15, 2013

Nowhere Safe by Nancy Bush

September, a lady cop, finds herself alone on this case.  Her twin is working at another department and has a love interest, so he's not there for her like he used to be.  She's a strong, independent woman and is fine on her own, but this case hits close to home...

Kensington Books sent me an ARC of this book for review (thank you).  It is being published this month, so check at your local bookstore for a copy.  If you haven't read the others in this series, check them out.  They can be read as stand alone stories, but I've enjoyed them all and think you will, too.

When September gets a call about a nude man tied to a flagpole, she thinks it's just another nut case of some kind.  When she finds out it's her ex-stepbrother, it makes it much more personal.  He won't say anything about his attacker or what the note on him meant, but September knows there is more to the story than what he has said.

The killer has an instinct that lets "it" sense when a man is a pedophile.  The victims have either already committed the crime or are leaning that way.  The killer is getting even and saving other children from the abuse.

This is a tense story with September not saying too much to her ex-stepmother, trying to solve the crime with the little staff they have in the cop shop, and trying to decide if she should move in with Jake or not.  There are unexpected twists and turns all through the story and the interactions between all the characters makes the story even more interesting.  This is a great suspense series, why don't you give it a try?

Happy reading.

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