Friends Cassidy, Allison, and Nicole have several things in common, but crime is the one thing that drew them together as close friends. Together, the Triple Threat Club has solved mysteries and put away criminals. But this time it’s personal. One of the club is lost while the others lives are at stake. In a fight for their lives, they seek to find the murderer, only to be blocked by those in the justice system. Will the remaining two-thirds of the Triple Threat Club survive?
Before reading this book, I had never heard of this series, but when I have extra time and money, I may go back and read some of the earlier books. This mystery had action, suspense, drama, and surprise and it did it all without glorifying sin. There is sin depicted in the book — broken relationships, murder, robbery, and more. The author simply shows it for what it is; a painful fact of life in this fallen world. Of the three main characters only one is a Christian. We are given a glimpse into the way she handles mourning, anger, friendships, authority, and more. She hasn’t been written to be a perfect person. The struggle is evident, yet in the end, Christ triumphs in her life.
The author paints each setting vividly. Her characters are genuine. And the plot never bores the reader.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to others. It kept me in suspense, hoping for justice, rejoicing in victories, and thrilled with the difference Christ makes in the lives of believers.
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