A seventeen-year-old Senate page goes missing over Christmas break, and three friendswho call themselves The Triple Threattake a personal and professional interest in the case. Federal prosecutor Allison Pierce, reporter Cassidy Shaw, and FBI Special Agent Nicole Hedges each work the case from their own angle, occasionally working together. The case digs up personal experiences and for each woman, making things almost personal. Can they separate their own emotions from their jobs? And can they find the missing girl before its too late.Awesome read! But not for the faint at heart. This book will stir up emotions, especially with female readers. Girls who love mysteries will benefit from getting a legal perspective on what can go wrong in male/female relationships. I enjoyed seeing the crime from three very different jobs: reporter, prosecutor, and investigator. I kept trying to guess who done it, and I was wrong, wrong, wrong. Well done, authors! This is an intriguing, stunning, and very real read. Highly recommended.
This book was very, very good!!!! I can't wait until the next book Hand of Fate comes out in April 2010. If you like a good mystery with an unexpected twist....this is the book for you. I couldn't put it down from the beginning.It was well-written and it was plausible. For me, the ending was a surprise.I loved Allison, was rooting for Nicole, and sympathized with Cassidy. They did remind me somewhat of the Women's Murder Club ladies, but in a 'not so sleazy' way. I also enjoyed the realistic tidbits the authors slipped into many scenes- it's obvious that they aren't strangers to the worlds of the main characters (tv reporting, law enforcement and the legal profession). I do wish the Christian message hadn't been so lukewarm. If you're going to write Christian fiction, make it count.I believe you will enjoy this book that weaves you through several suspects only to conclude with one you may not have expected!