Kit is aghast when she hears shots fired while listening to the local radio station. She thinks she hears her husband call her name then...DEAD AIR.
This new-to-me author took me on quite a ride to unravel the circumstance surrounding this mystery where people are not what they seem. Through tragedy, Ms. Hamilton takes us on a journey of strengthening faith and unlikely friendships. She showed forgiveness where it was thought impossible. She also has a descriptive way with words and gave me a peek into what a physical therapist does. Her characterization of teens was conveyed very well. She put Kit through the wringer and added danger and suspense in the mix.
An exciting, interesting, well-written novel to add to your reading list.
*A complimentary copy of this book was provided by the author through Interviews and Reviews. I was not required to post a favorable review. All opinions are my own.* 5 stars and an underlying faith thread.
Kit Squires never imagined her husband capable of murder. Did her ultimatum drive him to it?
A year after losing his job as a local radio host, Jeff stubbornly clings to the hope of being re-hired and refuses to take any other job. But Kit can’t support the family alone on what she makes as a physical therapist. And their bank account is streaking toward the danger zone, much like her respect for Jeff. Desperate, Kit demands that he get a job or move out.
Then gunshots blast across the airwaves of Jeff’s former show. And in the dead air that follows, Kit recognizes the voice in his troubling last words.
Torn between believing the overwhelming evidence against Jeff or trusting the character of the man she thought she knew, Kit’s choice puts her at odds with their son, Bryce. One of them has to be wrong…which means the killer might still be out there.