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  • mystery and intrigue

    I struggle so with my reviews on this book because I am once again on the fence. On the one hand you have a woman who enlisted and although women were not to see combat she did. She along with countless other women were assaulted and abused and not always by insurgents. This resulted in sever ptsd for her and continues to cause her problems. Yes it is a real issue and inexcusable. That being said we get a constant inner dialogue about how she is working to stay sober and the struggle with her inner demons and anger. She is called hurricane for a reason after all. The mystery is well done with a number of twist thrown in to keep you off the trail. The deaths are brutal and personal. Her side kick Billy draws her into the battle but he will have to depend on her to get him out of it. This is my second book by this author, he shows he can truly spin a yarn and make the mystery aspect good and mysterious. His characters are the full gambit ranging from just butte ugly mean and rude to the other end of the spectrum. You will get pulled in and thrown about but oh what a ride.

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  • She's Called "Hurricane" For A Reason

    She's called "Hurricane" for a reason. Sheriff's Detective Katrina Williams is still recovering from the loss of her husband. She's also dealing with PTSD. While serving in the military, something awful happened to her, something that she is still coming to terms with. She's feisty, and willing to cross the line when necessary. She's full of anger, hence the reason she is required to receive counseling while she's carrying a gun. When a body is found submerged head down in the lake, Katrina is called to investigate. what begins as a murder because of poaching of a certain fish that greatly resembles caviar leads to another body .. an illegal refugee woman. She is linked to to a revival preacher. And when she tries to question the behind-the-scenes movement, the FBI and Army CID intervene. Katrina is a multi-layered character. Not only the physical scars, but the severe psychological damage is so very real and well-written. She used to drink her memories away, these days its only orange soda and an occasional ice tea. Secondary characters lend an air of credibility .. her father and uncle, both retired military men. The Sheriff who appreciates Katrina, but still as to rein her in every now and then. Then there's Billy ... one of her colleagues, and possibly the only friend she has. The story premise is a good one .. it's full of movement with a few twists and turns thrown in for good measure. Although second in a series, this one does well as a stand alone,however, I always recommend starting at the very beginning. Many thanks to the author / Kensington Books - Lyrical Underground / Netgalley for the digital copy of this well-written crime thriller. Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own. 4.5 Stars

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