Review courtesy of April Hollingworth
This is the third novel in the Paula Mitchell, PI, series and it doesn’t let you down. Paula is on a case that is heartbreaking. Her client has been accused of something that she is positive he didn’t do, but with him not talking to her, she’s finding it difficult to unravel the past to find out the answers that could solve the case. The more she finds out though the more difficult the case becomes, and I have to admit it was fun trying to figure out who done it alongside Paula. A fabulous third instalment of the Paula Mitchell, PI series, my advice is you add it to your reading list. Loved it.
Did Simon Langford abuse his son and kill his wife? Paula Mitchell, a Rhode Island private investigator, is hired to prove he’s an innocent man.
When Simon refuses to answer Paula’s questions, she interviews his friends and acquaintances. Trouble is, they’re almost as secretive as Simon, and she’s sure some are lying. When Simon is arrested for his wife’s murder, Paula knows she needs to work fast, or Simon will go to prison, probably for life. And might never see his little boy again.
After old flame Steve comes back to town, Paula is excited about the rekindling of their romance. Events turn dangerous, though, and Steve’s need to protect Paula might get in the way of her solving the case.
Paula’s frustration escalates until the day she discovers some answers from an unexpected source that provide a surprising breakthrough. But when she acts on the information, she puts her own life in danger.
FTC Advisory: Jan Christensen through NetGalley provided me with a copy of Secret Exposure by Jan Christensen. Published through Tachyon Publication. Kindle Edition. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.