Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Always Look Twice Uncommon Justice #2 by Elizabeth Goddard

ISBN: 978-0800729851
Revell A Division of Baker Publishing
Softcover $15.99
My thoughts:  The story begins in a beautiful mountain setting with a gifted professional photographer enjoying her craft photographing a bear and the scenery. Then the action really begins to pop with a gunshot thundering, crashing the air. But it was neither the photographer nor the bear shot.  Her camera scope immediately scans the far terrain from which she sensed the sound of the gunshot.

Then the real action begins.

At this juncture, our heroine, Harper, meets our hero, Heath. Come to find out, they were devoted childhood friends now reunited in desperate and dangerous situations.

As the case investigation begins to discern clues and find evidence of who the perpetrator is, more explosive crimes occur.

While the story was a bit slow in places, the overall story was exciting and well crated. I loved the characters and their interaction.

I absolutely loved that I couldn't figure out who the culprit was until revealed at the end. Am I slow on the "uptake" and missed it? I don't think so. I think the author cleverly gave clues and adroitly hid the culprit.

I highly recommend it as a clean romantic suspense with strong faith overtones.

About the book: While photographing the Grand Tetons, Harper Reynolds unwittingly captures a murder on film. But when she loses the camera fleeing the scene, can she and rancher Heath McKade find the camera and solve the murder before the killer makes her his next victim?

DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy from Revell Reads to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given.

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