Friday, February 17, 2012

Heart of Ice - Fiction, Modern

Heart of Ice
By Lis W. Wiehl and April Henry

Elizabeth Avery is bent on vengeance – do it her way, or she’ll take you out of the way.  She operates flawlessly when she commits crimes, covering her tracks, or using someone else to do her dirty work.  But, when she kills a young investigative reporter, she draws the attention of crime reporter Cassidy Shaw, and her friends Federal Prosecutor Allison Pierce and FBI Special Agent Nicole Hedges.  As the “Triple Threat Club” works to put the clues together, will they realize they are in close contact with the culprit, before Elizabeth knows they’re on to her?

This book had me from the first chapter.  The authors did a great job of making the characters real and believable – drawing the reader into the story.  I love how the authors mix faith into the equation, while not making the Christian’s life out to be always rosy, and never troublesome.  The storyline is well written and engaging.  Makes you wonder what the people around you are REALLY like behind their “perfect” façade.  I give this book an A – great read!  You’ll love it!

The publisher provided a free e-book copy of this title in exchange for my honest review.

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