Featured: Felony Murder Rule by Thonie Hevron
Meredith and Nick must find the truth within the next twenty-four hours before the criminals begin closing in on their family.
In this fast-paced story, sheriff’s detective Meredith Ryan surprises an intruder leaning over her baby’s crib in the middle of the night.
Unable to catch him, she launches a dangerous journey to protect her family.
The death of her father the next day leads her to look into his past where she discovers her father was involved in a robbery and homicide many years ago.
Working through a web of deceit and mystery, she discovers the robbery and homicide are connected to the mysterious man in her nursery.
With Nick, her husband, they unravel her father’s involvement in the robbery/homicide.
The loot from the robbery has been long sought by competing crime rivals who are trying to use her family as bargaining chips.
Meredith and Nick must find the truth in the next 24 hours before the criminals close in on her family.
Meet Thonie Hevron:
Thonie Hevron is a law enforcement veteran and author of four award-winning thrillers/police procedurals.
She lives with her husband in historic Petaluma, California and belongs to California Writers Club (Redwood Chapter), Sisters in Crime, International Thriller Writers and the Public Safety Writers Association.
For further information, go to www.thoniehevron.com for appearance dates.
Review by Jonah Weisel:
A great read. This novel is part of the Nick and Meredith Mystery series, but you don’t have to have read the earlier books to enjoy this one.
The mystery has all the authentic police procedural details we’ve come to expect from the author.
This story, though, is more personal for Meredith.
She and Nick are married now and have a small child.
When her father dies, the death brings back the pain of Meredith’s troubled relationship with him but also soon uncovers long-held secrets that threaten the lives of her and her family.
The story is fast-paced, with a nice mix of action and character development.
The villains are dangerous and ruthless and deftly drawn to make you feel the peril they pose.
Hanging over the story, too, are the entanglements left behind by the father’s misdeeds and the way the past comes back to haunt the next generation.
A worthy addition to a solid mystery series.
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