Monday, October 8, 2018

Review: A Secret to Die For by Lisa Harris

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After her patient is murdered, psychologist Grace Calloway has no idea she’s got a secret worth killing for. It's up to Detective Nate Quinn to figure out what it is.

My Thoughts:

This thriller starts the chills from the very first page with two crimes that leaves Grace, a counselor who has had her own share of grief and sorrow, very confused as to why she is being targeted. Enter Detective Nate Quinn, an old friend from college and on his first day back after taking some time off from a horrific crime he experienced himself, and you have two friends fighting to stay alive.

This was a story that could literally be pulled from today’s headlines and with a potential crime that could have some very serious ramifications and consequences for the whole country if not the world. Very scary stuff was addressed in this book and I really wanted to bad guys caught.

I liked how author Harris inserted the gospel in her story.  Difficult questions were being asked and faith filled answers were being delivered. This was an emotional journey as well for the main characters as not only were they fighting for their lives, but both were going or had gone through the different stages of grief and guilt. This story shows how grief always changes a person; either that person can choose to change for the better or for the worse.

I received a complimentary copy of this novel.  I was not required to post a positive review and all views and opinions are my own.

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