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Skip Tracer Joanne Weeks knows Baxter Jackson killed his second wife—and Joanne’s best friend—seven years ago. But Jackson, a church elder and beloved member of the town, walks the streets a free man. The police tell Joanne to leave well enough alone, but Joanne is determined to bring Jackson down. Using her skip tracing skills, she sets out to locate Melissa Harkoff, now twenty-two, who lived in the Jackson home at the time of Linda Jackson’s disappearance.
As Joanne drives home on a rainy winter night, a hooded figure darts in front of her car. In her headlight beams she glimpses the half-concealed face of a man, a rivulet of blood jagging down his cheek. She squeals to a stop but clips him with her right fender. Shaking, she gets of our her car in the pouring rain. The man will not let her see his face. Before he limps off into the night he warns her not to talk to police.
As Joanne tries to find Melissa, someone seems to be after her. Who was the man she hit on the road. Is Baxter Jackson out to silence her? Or is some other skip she’s traced in the past now out for revenge?
SOURCE: This book was received for the purpose of review by the publisher:
DECEIT by Brandilyn Collins is Inspirational Suspense set in modern day San Jose. It is well written with depth and detail. The heroine, Joanne, is a skip tracer who is determined to find out the truth about the disappearance of her best friend, Linda Baxter. Who is married to the town’s wealthiest, a town leader, christian and has his hands in everything about the town and a little crooked to say the least.She is threatened, intimidated, and been attempted to scare off the pursuit of the man in question, Baxter.This story has intrigue, mystery, suspicion,suspense, inspirational overtones, fast paced, full of action and twists and turns. I would recommend this book. I have enjoyed this author’s books. This is a keeper, especially if you enjoy suspense, action, inspirational,and all around great story.You won’t be disappointed with this story.This book was received for review and details can be found at Zondervan.
REVIEWED BY: April Renn