Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Book Review: Buried Secrets by Irene Hannon

Small town police chief, Lisa Grant, is looking forward to spending the next few years in a calmer atmosphere than her previous job with the Chicago PD. But she will be needing all the skills she learned there when a human skeleton is uncovered by a construction crew. When she calls in to county for help, ex navy seal, Mac McGregor arrives and the two go to work solving what looks to be a very very cold case.
Though both detectives have been hoping for a quieter life, this case is certainly not that. Someone does not want any secrets from the past to be revealed and will go to any length to keep their secrets buried.

I always find it nice to open one of Hannon's stories and find a main character who is not in their twenties :-) There are not too many stories out there centered around anyone over 25 so it's nice to have people in their thirties for a change. The one thing that bothers me about Hannon's stories is the instant attraction "love at first sight" romance that happens. I think she writes good mysteries and I wish more time was spent on that than on the mushy side of things, but I'm sure that's others enjoy that - I just enjoy a good thriller and want to skip the mush to see what happens next :-)

Thank you to Revell Publishers for a free copy of this book to review.

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