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Forensic geologist Raleigh Harmon returns home for Christmas but discovers Richmond , Virginia running low on goodness and light.
Although her exemplary service in Seattle lifted her disciplinary transfer, Raleigh lands a hometown civil rights case riddled with problems that could get her sent away again. When she helps out a fellow cop, her life goes on the line, forcing her undercover in a sting operation. As Raleigh realizes the lines are crossing and double-crossing, her domestic life starts to unravel. Her mother's mental health cracks like ice, her closest friend grows cold, and her old boyfriend DeMott comes a-calling, hoping for more than chestnuts by an open fire.
While the city glows with Christmas lights and carols, Raleigh is forced to rely on her sharpest skills to stay alive, hoping for that one clear moment when everything makes sense and the clouds roll away.
I don't enjoy the topic that was spoken about Racism and Hate Crimes, but I think the author detailed them greatly and wrote a good book on them. This was a Christian Fiction book and although I'm not religious I did enjoy it. It's not a topic usually brought up in Christian Fiction, but it was a fairly enjoyable read. It definitely kept me entertained well.
I didn't get to read her first 2 books in the series, so I can't really compare them, but this was enjoyable and I can't wait to read further books in the series. Although, this book is a great read on a standalone and does not require the first 2 to be read first. I didn't feel lost. The story is full of suspense and action.
Price: It can be purchased on Amazon for $10 right now!! AWESOME and so worth it.
Overall: ***** Good read!
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