Threads of Suspicion by Dee Henderson–Book Review


The first official round of cases has been assigned to the newly formed Missing Persons Task Force, and Evie Blackwell and David Marshal are put on two unrelated cases in Chicago. Evie’s case involves a missing college student, while David’s case is to find a missing Private Investigator. As they work together they discover many leads and some startling leads as well. While they search for justice for their cases, Evie’s mind is on a personal decision she needs to make and is struggling with the answers to why it’s so hard for her to come to a decision when it seems like an easy choice. Follow Evie as she searches for the answers to her case, and find out what happened in this next installment of the Evie Blackwell Cold Case series.


I was so looking forward to this next book in this series. The first book was amazing, so I was so excited to read this second book. I loved the book, but I will say I found it a bit slower and not as fast paced as I was expecting. Don’t get me wrong, it was wonderful, and I highly recommend it, I just wasn’t as caught in the suspense as I usually am with a Dee Henderson book. This was more of a steady pace, and you do keep wondering who did it, what happened to the missing Private Investigator, and what happened to Jenna Greenhill? Which description of Jenna is more accurate, the one where she’s a sweet girl who was loyal, or the one who would steal your boyfriend the second you turned your back?  I love the characters in this series, and I find myself feeling like I’m right there with Evie trying to find the answers to all her questions, both personal and professional. So while it wasn’t as fast paced and suspenseful as usual, it was definitely a great book! Click here to get your copy today!

**I was given a copy of this book free from the publisher in exchange for review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.


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