Network of Deceit by Tom Threadgill // Review

Lucie's Review:

A seemingly accidental death at a waterpark turns into a full blown homicide investigation. 

I wasn't aware that this book was the second in a series going into it, and it had a slower start. Amara finds herself challenged by the case, that has startling personal risk as well. The stake raise as the story unfolds and I liked that it had that chilling element to it, and that she has a good friend to lean on. 

Once it got going, it kept picking up speed. I think that the book does a great job of following Amara and showing the things that she faced as part of her new job. This book has a strong focus on the case, and less on Amara's personal life, though I liked her relationship with her mother. 

Overall, this was a solid read, though I did get the feeling that I had come in on the middle of something. I would probably recommend reading the first book in the series to better understand the situation and Amara's life. Though in the end I really enjoyed it, and liked how it looks at the dangers online.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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