Friday, July 21, 2017

Dark Deception by Nancy Mehl

A little bit of background on this book.  This is the second book in the “Defenders of Justice” series.  The first book is “Fatal Frost”

This story once again centers around the U.S. Marshall’s office and one of their Marshalls.  This story is about Deputy U.S. Marshal Tony DeLuca.  Tony had become involved with Kate O’Brien 4 years ago when she and her sister had been attacked by a serial killer.  Much of the outcome of the trial had to do with Kate’s intervention and the killer was convicted at the trial.  Now in witness protection, her past is coming back full force as it seems they may have convicted the wrong person and the killer is still out there.  With a new trial looming ahead, Kate will only feel safe by having Tony at her side again.  Can Tony keep Kate safe from the killer again?  Will the right person finally be found and brought to justice?  Don’t go hiding from this one, go BUY THIS BOOK!
I always enjoying picking up a copy of a book by Nancy Mehl.  I can always count on reading a plot that stays true from start to finish, fully developed characters and suspense that would put any suspense writer to shame.  Once again, I wasn’t let down.  Nancy seems to tie everything together in a beautiful bow, not with characters that are flawless, but with characters and stories that are flawed just like me.  Maybe that’s what makes me enjoy her books because I can identify with so many of her characters. 

Is this a "Guys Book"?   Serial Killer – Check! Danger around every corner – Check! Suspenseful plot that keeps you from wanting to put the book down – Check!.  Definitely a book that any guy would want to get his hands on!

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