A Sweet, Elderly Lady Is Killed On Christmas Day, And Nothing Else Not A Single Wrapped Gift Around The Tree Is Disturbed Detective Neil Alexander Can T Figure Out The Motive Rookie Reporter Kate Richards Wants The Story, But Neil Has Little To Share Until There S Another Murder Same MO Same Ballistics There Has To Be A Connection And Kate Is Determined To Find It Neil Is Impressed With Her Dedication, But He Worries About Where It Will Lead They Re On A Killer S Trail And Keeping Kate Safe Means Keeping His Heart Off Limits It was good, but as I write this review 2 weeks later, I don t remember the ending Must not have been too memorable Either that or I read too many books. As usual, Susan Page Davis took me for a good ride in this story, and I only sort of guessed whodunit Always enjoy reading Susan s books, whether they re mystery or romance or hsitorical Excellent author I recommend The fact that it s set in Maine doesn t hurt either. I ve read some of Susan Page Davis western and humorous westerns All were excellent I enjoyed the suspense, and how things worked together. My husband is a deputy so I really enjoyed reading about the investigation of two murders, etc Neil, a Detective, is thrown together with Kate, a Reporter They had broken off a relationship the summer before At that time Kate was a Christian and Neil wasn t but since then Neil had become a Christian Both Neil and Kate struggle to keep a professional relationship But they find themselves drawn to each other many times But they go slowly As a person who married a new babe in Christ, I know the challenges of being sure you are moving in God s plan I must have as our marriage has lasted 31 years If you love murder mysteries, you are bound to like this book But I recomment this book for young people who are starting out looking for a mate Also I recommend it for those just starting out in a career The ending will leave you weaping for a while but I m not giving that away A very good read.
FROM AUTHOR S WEBSITE I m a native of central Maine, and grew up on a small farm with a wonderful mom and dad, three sisters and a brother Most of my books take place in small towns, many of them in Maine My husband, Jim, and I moved to his birth state, Oregon, for a while after we were married, but decided to move back to Maine and be near my family It allowed our six children to grow up feel
- 218 pages
- On a Killer's Trail
- Susan Page Davis
- 14 May 2017 Susan Page Davis