Friday, May 27, 2016

Book Review: "If I Run"

If I Run by Terri Blackstock was an amazing read – a mystery within a mystery with a mystery on the side, hopefully the beginning of a series. Casey Cox is running for her life, running from the police. They were never able to solve her father’s murder, classified as a suicide. Now she’s the primary person of interest regarding a close friend’s murder. If the police arrest her, Casey will never live to see a trial. She must clear her own name.

Dylan Roberts was also a friend of the victim. A veteran suffering from PTSD, he is hired by the family to use his specialized training to locate Casey Cox. But as he gets to know her through evidence, family, friends, and acquaintances she’s encountering along the way, he can’t help but wonder if something else is going on. Dylan must decide whether to do the job he’s been hired to do or to seek the truth whatever the cost.

I loved reading this book and hope there will be a sequel or two featuring Casey and Dylan again. I recommend it to you and thank the publisher for sending a complimentary copy in exchange for this review.

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