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5 Stars Out Of 5
Fitzgerald Bay Book 3
November 16, 2012
The Detective's Secret Daughter by Rachelle McCalla
Fitzgerald Bay Series Book 3
Owen Fitzgerald loves his family and his town. As a police officer life has been a bit hectic lately. The murder of a nanny who was employed by his brother Charles has the town on edge and the Fitzgerald's in the spotlight. On top of all that the one gal he ever loved has returned to town. Rumors have it that her daughter is Hank Monroe's, a fellow officer. Seems the rumors may not have been what they seemed to be though.
Victoria Evans had left Fitzgerald Bay ten years ago. After her father had killed a Fitzgerald while driving drunk she was whisked away by her aunt. When she found out she was pregnant with Paige, she stayed away. Her mother always taught her the truth would set her free, so it was time for her to tell the truth to Paige's father. When her business is suddenly under attack she is thrown back into Owen's path. Can the truth bring them back together after a decade? Or will her mysterious tormenter pull them apart forever?
This is the third book in this series. Each book brings new challenges to the Fitzgerald family. Rachelle continues to add adventure and mystery to the series. A local lawyer wants to oust them from their offices and take over the town himself, accusing Charles of murder and his family of covering it up. They only make baby steps in each book to find who murdered Olivia Henry but each books takes huge strides in bringing love into one of the Fitzgerald's lives. The story continues in Book four with The Widow's Protector by Stephanie Newton. You'll want to be sure and start with book one to have the story unfold in the order they are written.
I recently read the "Fitzgerald Bay" series of the "Love Inspired" Suspense novels. I enjoyed each of them. If you love mysteries I recommend them. They are a quick but satisfying read.
The plots, tho not as intertwined as mainstream mysteries, satisfy this mystery lover. With most I haven't figured out before the end of the book who is the villian. Unfortunately with other Christian mysteries rarely have good plots.
What I *really* like about the "Love Inspired" Suspense novels is that I can enjoy my mysteries with Christian characters being the main characters! They go to church, pray, & witness! You don't find that in mainstream mysteries.
I've been reading the "Love Inspired" Suspense series for abt 2 years and have been pleased with them.