Saturday, March 2, 2013

Nowhere To Hide By Nancy Bush

Author: Nancy Bush
Published By: Zebra Books
Age Recommended: Adult
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Book Blog For: GMTA
Rating: 5


"Nowhere to Hide" by Nancy Bush was good thriller, mystery, suspense and romantic read that had a enormous cast of characters. With that being said I will say that "Nowhere to Hide" will keep you on the edge of your seat with keeping up with it all. This author knows how to keep your attention.

We find that in this novel the new detective, September Rafferty -9)who was a twin was now working for the Laurelton, Oregon police department and working
on a major case trying to track down a serial killer who carves 'Do Unto Other...As She Did Me' left on one of the dead victim. What the strangest thing is that all of this resembles the detective, September. We see that "Nine (September) is a target of a serial killer from the beginning of the book, when her second grade artwork is sent to her with the killers signature saying written on it in ketchup, representing blood." "Nowhere to Hide" gets even more interesting in that we find that September's first love interest Jake Westerly has become a suspect due to his relationship with one of the victims(Sheila).
Now what do we make out of all of that? What does this author have in store for the reader? Now that Jake was around was their something going on with September? This is where I say you must pick up "Nowhere to Hide" to find out just what all is going on in this well written dialog.

This author to make this story even more interesting in that we find that September has come from a dysfunctional family...with all of the birth's month is their name, September's father had even disowned her and her twin(August) Auggie brother due to the fact they had chosen law enforcement rather than the family business. You will find there is a lots going on in this 'Rafferty' much so... was this where the connection the killer seemed to have a connection to them the way he had
reached out to September? Was it someone in her family involved? Well, again I say you must pick up this good read "Nowhere to Hide."

If you are looking for a good thriller mystery with suspense and some romance you have come to the right place and YES I would recommend "Nowhere to Hide" as a good read.

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