I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Living Victim by Stacy Green
Series: Delta Detectives #1
Published by Self Published on January 12, 2015
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Amazon | B&N | iBooks | Goodreads
Reader favorite Cage Foster returns in the Delta Detectives Series!
If you loved the Delta Crossroads Series, you know Cage Foster as the one who tamed the Damned Yankee and helped to solve one of the grisliest crimes in Adams County history. Now a newly minted Criminal Investigator for the Adams County Police, Cage's life is once again turned upside down. His fiancée is expecting, Cage is terrified of being a bad father, and he's determined to prove himself worthy of his new position.
When a hoarder is found dead in his bathtub, Cage Foster believes he's dealing with a natural death. A perimeter search reveals a hidden horror, and clues point to the kidnapping of a local girl once presumed dead. Cage must find the living victim before it's too late. Will he lose himself in the process?
This story reads like a full-length novel, partly because we already know most of the main characters. Cage Foster is now a Criminal Investigator who gets a call to investigate what appears to be a death due to natural causes that quickly changes to something more sinister.
The investigation is fast-paced and gnarly, just how I like it. Cage also has to contend with his pregnant fiancée who becomes ill while he is working almost around the clock to not only solve the case but possibly rescue an abducted teen. It was pretty exciting with an interesting resolution. I’m looking forward to more of this series with stories that are just long enough.
I also love to talk about books. There’s nothing more exciting than to finish a great story and cover it A to Z with other people, exploring different perspectives and points of view. So, if you see something on my shelf you’d like to talk about, send me a message and we’ll talk!
Friend me at Goodreads.