About the Book
A mother with a secret baby
Crime scene photographer Greer Montgomery didn’t expect to witness a murder at a small-town carnival—nor to be rescued by the father of her secret baby. A storm chaser, Locke Gallagher often stares down death, but he’s never known true fear until Greer’s life is at risk. But how can he protect his newly discovered family when the killer could be anyone?
In My Opinion
A visiting carnival, spring storms that turn deadly, and a murder on the loose combine for an intense, don’t-wanna-put-it-down story from Jessica R. Patch. And I haven’t even mentioned the baby.
Killer Exposure manages to throw plenty of suspect guesses at readers (with the many carnival workers, questionable characters are aplenty). So much so, that when the identity of the person is revealed, it comes as a complete shock.
Patch weaves an intense nail biter with the more personal and spiritual issues that Greer and Locke are struggling with. You’ll be kicking yourself if you miss this book, folks.
Plus, I’m hoping we got a hint of what might be next from Patch (please let it be Hollister!).
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