Trish Bailey is on overload trying to deal with a demanding job, an ailing mother, and a healing heart. When a series of unsettling memory lapses leads to a tragic death–and puts Trish under police scrutiny–her world is once again thrown into turmoil.
Detective Colin Flynn isn’t certain what to think of the facts he uncovers during his investigation. Did Trish simply make a terrible mistake or is there more to the case than meets the eye? As he searches for answers, disturbing information begins to emerge–and if the forces at work are as evil as he suspects, the situation isn’t just dangerous . . . it’s deadly.
Bestselling and award-winning author Irene Hannon captures readers with a mind-bending story that will have them doubling back to retrace their steps–and figure out what they missed!
I love a book that throws me a curveball I didn’t see coming. Irene Hannon’s newest did just that—not one, but twice, making it an even more enjoyable read.
For the past two years, Trish Bailey has grieved, struggled, and stressed, but taking care of her mother gives her precious time with the only family she has. When tragedy strikes again, will she fold under pressure?
Especially the pressure of becoming a suspect in a police investigation despite her immediate connection to the detective assigned to her case.
There are plenty of twists and turns to keep readers guessing in the first book of Hannon’s Code of Honor series. A friend who is hiding something, an intelligent villain intent on pulling off the perfect crime, a strong female lead, a smart and protective hero, and plenty of sizzle to even out the intensity.
Readers of Hannon’s previous series will enjoy seeing some names they might recognize. We’re also introduced to those who will headline in the next couple of books.
I’m already looking forward to the ride Hannon takes us on next.
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