Janice Cantore ends her In the Line of Duty series with a bang. This is definitely one series you will want to read in order.
About the Book
Police Chief Tess O’Rourke’s small town is still reeling from a devastating fire when the FBI asks for help: Could she shelter a witness in a high-profile human trafficking case? Initially reluctant to put the townspeople of Rogue’s Hollow at risk, Tess is swayed after she sees Pastor Oliver Macpherson’s genuine conviction to rescue those in need, a trait in him she’s coming to love more each day.
Tess’s fledgling faith is tested when crews of workmen from out of town come in to assist with the fire cleanup and she worries that one of these strangers might shine a light on things best kept hidden. Neither she nor Oliver knows that Rogue’s Hollow is already home to a suspect from a twenty-five-year-old murder case . . . and someone is taking cold aim at those Tess is sworn to protect.
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In My Opinion
How can one teeny tiny Oregon town attract so much trouble? But it most definitely leads to engaging and pleasurable reading.
Janice Cantore’s third and final installment in The Line of Duty series brings readers back to Rogue’s Hollow where Police Chief Tess O’Rourke’s relationship with God had developed (as has her relationship with the town pastor Oliver McPherson).
When a federal agent approaches her about sheltering a witness who can take down a big gun in a sex trafficking sting, Tess isn’t certain it’s the best choice for the town that has just settled from a corrupt law enforcement officer, a drug take down, and a recent forest fire.
Cold Aim is a fantastic continuation of Tess’s new life in Oregon, her growth as a LEO and a person, and the trust she’s gaining from the residents of Rogues Hollow (even though there are still plenty of those who aren’t afraid to express their negative opinions). The action and suspense are top notch and the tie-in to an older crime is seamless.
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