Saturday, August 4, 2018

Hiding in Plain Sight by Mary Ellis

She travels from place to place for her work.  With an assumed name, no permanent residence, no ties to anyone she should be safe, but her brother's enemies find her anyway...

Severn House and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you).  It has been published.

After being shot at and her car dumped in the river, she comes clean with her employer.  Instead of firing her, he agrees with her request for random assignments and fake names.  But she's still not safe.

She solves her next two cases, falls in love, and then they find her again...

I didn't like the ending but I expect there will be another book to carry the story along.

The story is suspenseful, full of human emotion and draws you into caring about her characters.  It will keep you reading.

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