Friday, September 14, 2012

Full Disclosure by Dee Henderson

First of all, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank you” to Dee Henderson and her publisher for sending me a copy of "Full Disclosure" to review for them. I am truly grateful for this generosity. I really appreciate the time, effort and expense it takes to make a reviewer copy available to me.

Dee Henderson’s latest novel, “Full Disclosure,” is well-worth the long wait! The reunion with several of the O’Malleys had my heart beating double-time! Or was it the author’s gift for crafting a suspenseful plot? Or perhaps it was learning the identities of the True Heroes cast of characters. In any case, this book started off at a run because I caught myself reminiscing over books I’ve enjoyed and characters I’ve considered friends, embraced the twist that incorporated them into this novel and invested my armchair sleuthing skills into figuring out who the Lady Shooter is.

Paul Falcon is the top murder investigator for the FBI. His investigation of the Lady Shooter case has gone cold a long time ago. But this trail is about to heat up. Ann Silver is the top murder investigator with any agency that requests her help as the Midwest Homicide Investigator (MHI). When Ann cracks a code that leads to a break in the Lady Shooter case Paul is working on, she hands over all of her evidence over to Agent Falcon. And Paul thinks he’s finally met the woman of his dreams.

“Full Disclosure” is a high tension suspense read. Although the narrative of this Advance Reading Copy lost me for a bit in the middle of the book, I pushed through to the thrilling conclusion. Ann is a very unique character – flexible, not desiring fame or glory, deliberate in all she does. These are just a few of the ways I would like to be like her. Paul is dedicated and doting and observant – a few of the character traits I would also like to possess. The Lady Shooter case is a solid story that unfolds in surprising ways. I hope this novel is just the beginning of what Dee Henderson has in store for her audience in the near future.

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