Pearl River Book #2 Romantic Suspense K-9 Thriller Cold Case
Dani Collins knows only the past her Uncle Keith has told her, which is next to nothing. She has no memory of the parents who died when she was nine.
Mae Richmond has been searching for her granddaughter for 25 years. She suspects the picture in a magazine article on pottery holds the clue to an age old mystery.
When K-9 officer Mark Lassiter tries to unite the two, things begin to happen-dangerous things. Mark is a worthy hero who is kind, compassionate and godly. “Being a Christian does not mean we won’t encounter bad things. I have learned that the bad things that come my way make me depend on God more.” Dani, although somewhat sheltered, is strong, intelligent and on her own spiritual journey.
Filled with a complicated mystery, elusive villains, and dramatic scenes, this story doesn’t wind down until the final pages.
* I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell on behalf of the author. I was not required to post a favorable review. All opinions are my own.* 4 stars and a solid faith thread
As a child, artist and potter Dani Bennett witnessed the brutal murder of her parents. With no memory of the incident or her true identity, she was forced to take on a new name and a new life, hidden away in Montana for the past 25 years.
Mae Richmond has spent the same stretch of time searching for her granddaughter, who went missing the night her daughter and son-in-law were murdered. Convinced the woman she saw in a pottery magazine feature is the woman she's been searching for, she enlists the help of K-9 officer Mark Lassiter of Pearl Springs, Tennessee, who tracks Dani down.
Skeptical but curious, Dani sets out on a journey to uncover the secrets of her past and reclaim her true identity. But someone close to her is determined to keep the truth of what happened all those years ago hidden.
Revell Publishing, February 6, 2024
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