When A Secret Kills

When A Secret Kills

A Novel

eBook - 2013
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Investigative reporter Jillian Carter knows it's time to put the past to rest. She's tired of looking over her shoulder, letting a killer go free. She's no longer the scared kid who changed her name and disappeared. Now, no matter what the cost, Jillian must do what she is trained to do-- ferret out the truth and expose it. Senator Frank Hoffman committed murder ten years ago-- and Jillian watched it happen... didn't she?
Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI : Revell, 2013
ISBN: 9781441242150
Branch Call Number: E-BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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JCLLisaJ Aug 19, 2014

Very suspenseful and engaging. As the final installment of a trilogy Eason brings the action to a crescendo as Jillian Carter returns to her hometown after ten years on the run. Will her friends believe that what she witnessed on the night of their high school graduation is the cause of the danger they have all been in recently? Will her former boyfriend and father of her child believe that she kept their daughter a secret to keep her safe? Will he ever be able to forgive her? Find out in When a Secret Kills.

Oct 31, 2013

Great series!

Jun 09, 2013

This is the third book of the Deadly Reunions series, which should be read as a set. Like the first two books in the series, the action is fast-paced and intense. New murders, or attempted murders, accumulate daily. Plot is at the forefront of the book, with just enough character development and other background to enable the story.
What I liked: There's no question that this book kept my interest from cover to cover. I appreciated the blend of wisdom and imperfection in the characters. In stressful situations, they generally kept their composure and did the smart thing, but occasionally let their emotions take over and made stupid choices which they quickly came to regret. It seems that most suspense novels have either incredibly perfect heroes or maddeningly stupid airheads as the main characters. I also enjoyed the character of Meg, a little girl who comes through with a sparkling personality and adds comic relief. I liked the careful editing, so there was no distraction from glaring factual, continuity, spelling, or grammatical errors.
What I didn't like: I didn't feel like the book transported me to any particular place. The characters were just dropped into a very bland, generic version of Columbia, South Carolina. I didn't get to learn about any fascinating new geography, culture, or subculture. I didn't gain any particular pleasure from the writing itself (though one might say that it's a great example of transparent writing that just gets out of the way of the plot).


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Jun 09, 2013

Reporter Jillian Carter comes home to catch a killer, one who can use vast resources to keep her quiet.


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