Monday, August 26, 2019

Review: Deadly Intentions by Lisa Harris

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Detective Josh Solomon always believed his wife's death was the result of a home invasion. But when he is pulled into a case with striking similarities, it doesn't take long for him to realize the chilling truth—the attack that took his wife's life was far from random.

My Thoughts:

What a tightly woven suspense story that took the characters outside of their comfort zone and forced them to put their grief aside to solve this mystery.

This is another story I have read about a female scientist who believes she has someone out to get her. Possibly to maim and kill her. After a third co-worker suddenly dies, Caitlyn starts asking questions. But why is that a problem? Who is hiding something in their company and possibly higher up?

Seeking help from detective Josh Solomon, the husband of the first victim, she is aware that she is reopening his wounds. And though he would rather not walk down that memory lane again, his wife's murder case always seemed off even if they did arrest two suspects and put them away for the crime.

Little do these two know what a hornets nest they have stepped into. This was really a great suspenseful read that I highly enjoyed.

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

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