Saturday, August 17, 2013
In When A Secret Kills, Eason wraps up her Deadly Reunion series with a bang. In it, she reveals why Jillian Carter has been on the run for years.
Jillian thinks she saw a murder, on the night of her high school graduation. What she finds when she finally confronts the secrets surrounding that night, is full of twists and turns.
In the third book of this series, Eason has once again created a novel that is full of suspense and surprises. In fact, readers may guess a different outcome.
Without giving away the ending - let's just say, Eason "hit it out of the ball park" with her surprise villain.
On a scale of one to five, I give this book a solid three - and the series a solid four.
I've enjoyed getting to know Eason's style as a suspense novelist. Her books are "keepers" - in fact, in a recent move, I pruned more than 100 works of fiction from my library.
Eason's books made it in the "keep" pile - to be read again and again. I'm looking forward to her next series.
More About The Book
She's come home to put a killer behind bars. But the killer plans to put her six feet under.
Investigative reporter Jillian Carter knows it's time to put the past to rest. She's tired of looking over her shoulder, letting a killer go free. She's no longer the scared kid who changed her name and disappeared. Now, no matter what the cost, Jillian must do what she is trained to do--find the truth and expose it. And the truth is that Senator Frank Hoffman committed murder ten years ago--and Jillian watched it happen.
More About The Author
She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Romance Writers of America. A homeschooling mother of two, she has a master's degree in education from Converse College. She lives in South Carolina.
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Read an excerpt online: here
Read the reading group guide: here
Check out Lynette Eason's website
Read Other Reviews in Deadly Reunions
When The Smoke Clears
When A Heart Stops
Past Reviews of Eason's Books
Too Close To Home (Review)
Don't Look Back (Review & Interview)
A Killer Among Us (Review)
Note: As a freelance journalist, I was provided a copy of this book by Revell Publishing, a division of Baker Books. This review was not influenced by a free book - just in case you (or the FTC) were worried about this detail.