Nowhere To Turn by Lynette Eason is a great suspense mystery. It grabs you from page one and never let’s you go.
Dani Harding and her son Simon are in an abusive relationship and Dani’s not sure she’s strong enough to escape with her son. On the day that she plans to leave, her husband is killed at a FBI conference. But Dani soon realizes that her problem has not been solved with his death. Her brother-in-law, Stuart, is as sick an individual as her husband was. And he wants Dani to be his now and begins stalking her. Then there’s an attempt on her life and Dani doesn’t know if it came from Stuart or somewhere else. Her life is out of control and she fears for herself and her son.
She hires Operation Refuge to help her and her son to stay safe. Adam Buchanan is in charge of the case and he will do everything in his power to make this happen. But no one is sure where all the threats are coming from. No one knows how many people are after Dani and why she’s in danger. Will Adam be able to figure all of these things out in time to save Dani and her son, or will he be too late?
This book is full of action and suspense from the very first page until the end of the book. The author sure knows how to write in a way to keep the suspense building to an explosive conclusion. There are so many twists and turns that at times I felt like I was riding a roller coaster. Even when you think things are safe for Dani and Simon, think again.
The writing style flows smoothly and the book is an easy read. The characters are well developed, well rounded and three dimensional. They are people you can care about and worry about and cheer for. Well, except for the bad guys, of which there is a large supply. These people you can really dislike and want to see them get what they deserve.
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a well crafted suspense. It is a clean book and I think that made me enjoy it even more. I have read other books by Lynette Eason and have enjoyed them all. This book is no exception.
I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for a honest review. I would like to thank NetGalley and Revell Publishers for the opportunity to read this great book.