by Lynette Eason

April 2010
ISBN: 978-0-8007-3369-8
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Seven teen girls have gone missing in a small Southern town, and four of the seven have turned up dead. The police have hit dead ends, and have absolutely no leads left, but Homicide detective Connor Wolfe knows the deaths have to be related. So he asks for help, and the FBI sends in Special Agent Samantha Cash, a computer expert, to help crack the case.

The town is demanding answers, Connorís sixteen year old daughter is demanding attention, and the case has Connor, Samantha, and the rest of the staff in a tailspin. Connor is running out of ideas Ė and time. And the killer is beginning to get personal.

To my knowledge, this first book in the Women of Justice series Too Close To Home is the first book Iíve read by Lynette Eason, but it certainly wonít be the last. I was instantly drawn into the story and I couldnít put the book down. I had to stay up late reading so I could find out who did it. I had my suspicions early on, but I wasnít sure.

Connor, Samantha, Jenna (Connorís daughter) and all the other characters are very expertly developed. This is definitely an author Iím going to keep on my reading list. If you are looking for a great suspense with a sweet romance, then Too Close To Home is definitely a book youíll want to read. Iím looking forward to reading book two in this series, coming in the Fall of 2010

Reviewed in June 2010 by Laura.

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