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  • 4.25⭐ An intriguing read.

    Save Her Child the third book in the Jericho and Wright series is an intriguing read. That brilliantly blends three storylines together, including the possible suicide of an upstanding member of the community, the beating of a young girl and a terrified woman who goes into labour at the state fair and refuses to provide Dr Wright with any details of who she is and where she came from. And it was enthralling to read. Furthermore, it really kept me guessing and with the introduction of new VCU team member Naomi Harper and plenty of twists I was hooked. And I really can't wait to read more from these characters in the future. Would recommend. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

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  • Pages turn themselves

    Twists and turns will keep coming at you as Luka and Leah and now Harper (great edition to the team with her ever so crazy dysfunctional family) try and find out who Beth really is and who is she afraid of . They are still juggling the case of the man found murdered in his garage. So many secrets, so many lies. The pages turn quickly. I love seeing how Leah and Luka and now Harper will continue to develop in this great series. Can't wait for book 4. First in line again. Don't miss this series.

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  • A Non-Stop, Action Thriller, I loved it!

    This is the third book in the Jericho and Wright series and I think I liked this one the best. This story has Jericho’s team investigating two different murders, which is probably more realistic than many books that have teams using all their resources for one crime. As well, Leah stumbles upon a woman at the local fair ready to give birth. She goes with her in the ambulance and delivers her baby. The woman is terrified of something and will only tell Leah that her name is Beth and that someone is after her. When Beth and her baby disappear from the hospital, Leah asks Jericho to help her find the them as the baby could have a serious infection that could kill him. Naomi Harper, newest member of Jericho’s team is the lead on the investigation of the dead black woman, but is called in to help in the murder of the man who runs the investment group and charitable trusts. All comes to a head with Naomi’s father a critical lead in the investigation. Wow, this was a non-stop story with all sorts of things happening. There were twists, clues and ties that had me guessing all through this story. he novel is told from three points of view, Luka, Leah and Naomi and I really liked that Naomi took a major spot in this investigation. We learned about her past and her family with made her very sympathetic and human to this reader. It also showed how even with all that happened in the past, she had a great deal of integrity and chose the right path. Leah’s and Jericho’s personal life was also included in this one, and it was Nate that had a key piece of evidence to help crack the case. Although it seems like there was more than one plot, things come together in the end. The major story is one of greed, fraud, betrayal, lust, and secrets. There is also the issue of religious leaders and how some of them have a god complex that makes them think they are above the law. The Jericho and Wright series are heart pounding, twisty, crime thrillers that will have an armchair detective smiling with glee. Each book can be read as a standalone, but I definitely recommend you read them all to get the backstories and because they are that good. The publisher generously provided me with a copy of this book upon request. The rating and opinions shared are my own.

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  • Reading it in one sitting

    What does a body found in an alley, suicide by a rich man (or is it murder) and a first name only pregnant woman have in common? Do they? Great page turner, hard to put down! Following Detective Luka Jerico, Detctive Naomi Harper, and Dr. Leah Wright and their families. Book 3 in the series, and great read as a stand alone, but after reading this book I want to go back and read The Next Widow and The Drowned Women. Thank you to NetGalley and Bookouture for an early read of this book for my honest opinion.

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  • Twisted

    This high octane adventure is all over the place. Three stories that don’t seem to have anything in common come together in the end. So many twist.s and turns and a crazy ending you’ll never see coming. This third book in the Jericho and Wright series is a must read

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