This is the third book I’ve read by Elizabeth Goddard. This one delivered dramatic action in an interesting outdoor setting just like the previous novels. The characters were resilient and smart. They had multiple mysteries to solve. As you’re drawn deeper into the plot, these terrifying and near fatal events happen with greater frequency. You wonder how much more these characters can take. Elizabeth Goddard weaves a cross continent trail from sea-to-sea with a layover in Montana for some of the most dramatic action. It’s a breakneck race to the end to see the mystery solved.
The book is second in the Rocky Mountain Courage series and it flows seamlessly from book one. The story is based on the experiences of Erin Larson and Nathan Campbell, who were secondary characters in Book 1 of this series. Erin’s job as a criminal psychologist adds an interesting twist to the plot. Her sideline vocation is broadcasting a podcast on cold cases. She publishes each episode anonymously to protect herself and the identities of those involved.
I found the book well written. The roster of characters is interesting and I appreciated how you never knew for certain exactly who was 100% genuine or a fake with a hidden agenda. I received a print book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. #DeadlyTarget #RockyMountainCourage!
Here is the book nearest to me from The Masterpiece by Francine Rivers.
“Roman Velasco climbed the fire escape and swung over the wall onto the flat roof.”
It’s a lovely book to read in hard cover. The quality paper, sturdy binding, and intriguing cover is so inviting. I’ve just started but already the dialogue is drawing me deeper into the story. The premise of the story appears to be so in step with current issues and trends. Looking forward to seeing the story through to the conclusion. Thanks to the bloggers at Hoarding Books for sponsoring “First Line Fridays”
Theodore Roosevelt National Park – I think it was the grandeur of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota that sparked my fascination with our great public lands. Soon after my trip out west, I sent away for my National Park Passport. I’ve collected a good number of stamps. My goal is to add a few every year. From there I started collecting the National Park Quarters. I’ve have nearly a complete set. So when I saw Karen Barnett’s book titled The Road to Paradise – A Vintage National Parks Novel... I was very excited. Now I’ve discovered the sequel is set to arrive in bookstores in June. It tops my “TBR” list.
I am always interested in new authors of Christian Fiction. Over the past few months I have been focusing on historical fiction. I have discovered many favorites including Jocelyn Green, Lori Benton, Mesu Andrews, and Tessa Afshar. This blog is my way of keeping track of my reading discoveries. I participate in a Christian fiction book club through my church. My idea is this blog will be a good resource for future book recommendations.