Truth Be Told
Rogue Justice Book #2
A torrential two-day storm has cut off the small town of Solitude, Oregon, from the outside world. But for police officers Stevie Duncan and her husband, Zane, the ravages of nature have nothing on the nature of man. In the last forty-eight hours, a child was a mute witness to a double homicide; an unidentified body has washed up on the riverbanks; and now, at the foot of a submerged bridge, two FBI agents have been found shot to death inside their SUV. What’s worse, the young charge they were enlisted to protect has gone missing.
With the only exit out of town washed away, Stevie and Zane know that the murderer is trapped. But whatever’s going on in Solitude is far from over—because as sure as the receding water, the killer is going to resurface. (Goodreads)
The writing style flows smoothly and the novella is an easy read. The author sure knows how to tell a story that the reader does not want to put down. The reader is pulled in and dragged along for a suspenseful ride. The mystery is carried on well throughout the novella and there were plenty of suspects to consider, clues to sift through, and twists and turns.
The characters are well developed and well rounded. I enjoyed getting to spend time with Stevie and Zane, as well as all the other members of the Taylor family again. Stevie is a smart strong woman and she works well with her husband Zane. Together they will do whatever they can to protect those in need and to see justice done.
I would recommend this novella to anyone who enjoys a well crafted mystery with plenty of suspense and tension. The entire Rogue series is very good and I would suggest you check the novellas out. I do not thing you will be disappointed.