Friday, November 9, 2018

In Too Deep (Dive Team Investigations) by Lynn H. Blackburn

My thoughts:  This is one of those books that "wows" right from the start. Characters fully developed and great interaction between characters enable them to move flawlessly through the story line.

The chemistry between the male and female protagonists is strong and sweet. This is a clean, squeaky clean, read but it still has those moments of heart enveloping romance. Again, squeaky clean.

The mystery or suspense that is discovered by the team of investigators becomes more and more convoluted as they discover bits and pieces in their trail leading to a solution to why the lady in the submerged van was murdered.

Living in North Carolina this story hits home as we see many people from other lands serving in hotels, spas, nail parlors and working the farms and restaurants. The investigative team delves into the computers and other evidence using forensic skills uncovering layer upon layer of information that leads to a solution of not just the murder but other criminal activity.

A story that keeps the reader mentally and emotionally engaged; turning the pages discovering more and more in this deep dive into a shady side of life in North Carolina.

About the book: When the dive team is called in to recover a body from a submerged car, they aren't prepared to find an encrypted laptop--or an unsettling connection between investigator Adam Campbell and the dead accountant.

Adam turns to his friend Dr. Sabrina Fleming--a professor at the local university with unparalleled computer security and forensics skills--to recover the files from the laptop. But the deeper they dig, the deadlier the investigation becomes. When evidence uncovers a human trafficking ring and implicates members of Adam's own family, he and Sabrina will have to risk everything to solve the case.

The truth could set hundreds free--but someone is willing to do whatever it takes to silence anyone who threatens to reveal their secrets. Award-winning author Lynn H. Blackburn invites readers back to Carrington, North Carolina, where everything is not as it seems and sinister elements lurk behind the idyllic fa├žad.

I received a complimentary copy from Revell Publishing to facilitate this review. Opinions are mine alone and are freely given.

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