Lethal Target

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One of my top fiction reads for 2017 was Crisis Shot by Janice Cantore. I think one of my top fiction reads for 2018 is going to be the second book in the Line of Duty book series. 

I loved reading Crisis Shot because of the way Cantore incorporated current issues into the fiction story she was weaving. As someone with an avid interest in criminal justice – so much so that I got a master’s degree in the subject, I still learned so much about the thought processes that might be occurring in different situations.

I enjoyed getting to know Police Chief Tess O’Rourke in Crisis Shot, and I loved getting another glimpse into her mind in Lethal Target. The storyline picks up a few months after the end of Crisis Shot. It was enough time to give the characters time to breathe and get to know each other better.

And once again, the subject matter of the book – a possible over-dose of a teen boy potentially related to the newly legalized pot farm on the outskirts of town, had me thinking about things in new ways. 

The relationships within the storyline have deepened in such natural ways that I find myself rooting for them. I was suspicious right along with the characters. And I was on the edge of my seat as the last few chapters took place.

Lethal Target definitely tops my list of books this year!


I received a copy of this book from the publisher. This review is my own, honest opinion. 

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