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Book Review

Scar Tissue
by Patricia Hale

#3 in Cole And Callahan Thriller

Category:  Thriller

Average Rating:  4.0

Ashley Lambert jumped 18 stories to her death. It's a clear-cut suicide. And Ashley's parents want to know why their flawless daughter would take her life. They've hired the PI team of Griff Cole and Britt Callahan to find the answers. When the investigation leads to performance enhancing drugs and blackmail, Ashley's coaches, peers and even her parents come into question. The disturbing truth is testimony to the lines that are crossed, and risks taken…in the name of love.

Meanwhile, when Britt sees the bruising on her neighbor's arm she can't let it go, and is working overtime to bring to light the violent behavior next door. The neighbor, Rhea McKenzie, has a secret. Bruises aren't the only thing she's hiding. When an off-hand comment discloses a connection to Ashley Lambert, the two cases become entwined, setting off an unstoppable chain of events. Britt is sucked into an alliance with Rhea and forced to make decisions that challenge her ethics, threaten her relationship and in the end, may cost her everything.


[2019-09-14 03:23:39]

Rating:  4

This story may be realistic in the sense that it's plausible, but some of the actions and events are quite contrived and illogical. Nonetheless, the story is suspenseful and the characters are compelling.

Lili Dubuque is a new voice for this series, but she does a fine job of carrying on in the style established in the previous audiobooks of this series.

NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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