One case from her past defines homicide detective Abby Hart.
With a possible serial killer stalking elderly women in Long Beach, California, Abby's best lead is Luke Murphy, an irritating private investigator who saw a suspect flee the scene of the latest homicide. When Abby discovers that the most recent victim is related to the governor, she's anxious to talk to him about a cold case that's personal to her – one Luke is interested in as well.
As she learns more about the restaurant fire that took her parents' lives years ago, Abby discovers why Luke is so invested in finding the ones responsible. The more they uncover, though, the more questions they have. Can Abby find peace without having all the answers?
Janice Cantore’s Drawing Fire certainly drew me into its story of interconnecting cases from the start and I just had to keep reading to discover its resolution. Homicide detective Abby Hart and private investigator Luke Murphy both do very well in their individual professions, driven by passion, faith and the same haunting cold case. As they cross paths in the pursuit of justice, they complement each other well with an undeniable chemistry and I enjoyed following both of these characters throughout the action-packed plotline. A thrilling and suspenseful novel with nearly satisfying resolution, Drawing Fire does not disappoint - though it will definitely leave readers hoping to see Abby and Luke again in a future novel. Still, I would not hesitate to recommend Cantore’s newest novel to fans of suspense.
Thanks to Tyndale BlogNetwork, I received a copy of Drawing Fire and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.