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Philippe Lafrance never knew he had a grandfather until George's lawyer called him to come for the will's reading. All his mother, Angela Lebeau, would say is that he died young due to a heart attack. Philippe knew that he looked a lot like his father and had the same deadly allergic reaction to nuts, but nothing else. The more Philippe learns about George, the more he wishes he had known his grandfather.
The police show up at Rock Heaven after the last mourner leaves. Roxanne and Philippe are shocked to learn George had been murdered. Someone had slipped nuts into something he ate, causing the death. Roxanne and Philippe also learn that George had hired a private investigator a year ago, who was still digging up information on the death of his son (Philippe's father). The pair team up and head to Shawinigan for answers. It looks as though someone had gotten away with one, perhaps two, murders. And if Roxanne and Philippe do not quit asking dangerous questions, they could be next.
***** Buckle up and keep your hands inside the cart at all times because this story will take you on a wild roller coaster ride. Full of twists, loops, and unexpected turns, this book will appeal to anyone who enjoys the genres of mysteries and/or romantic suspense. Both main characters are extremely well developed. Each has a past that neither wishes to share, but slowly open up as the story progresses.Read more ›
Renowned reclusive author Philippe Lafrance is in shock not so much from the death of his grandfather, but from never knowing he had been alive. He understands why his matriarchal family hid his grandfather and other secrets he has recently learned from him in order to keep him safe. Philippe knows someone murdered his father and his grandfather; he is probably next on the list having shown up at the funeral announcing his heritage to this unknown predator. When he and Roxanne meet at the funeral, each is stunned by their attraction for the other. However, both recognize the need to ignore their desire as catching a killer comes first; for him it is a matter of preservation while for her it is in honor of her cherished mentoring foster parent.
The key to this excellent romantic amateur sleuth novel is that the fully developed lead characters never lose sight of what is critical: finding the culprit before he or she makes their attempt to kill Philippe; the romance takes a necessary back seat to the suspense. The support cast is solid as Philippe and Roxanne investigate each suspect to fathom who the killer is. Fans will appreciate Leann Burke strong thriller as the identity of the killer is in plain sight yet almost impossible to pick out of the usual suspects.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this book takes you on a wonderful ride of suspense and love. I recommend it highly to anyone that likes these types of books.Published on May 20, 2014 by Felicia Fitzgerald
The only good thing about this book is that the proceeds go to charity.
The characters are one dimensional, the plot thin, the dialog corny. Read more
Not interesting at all. To much on how to forge documents and such rather the secret agent type of action. Don't waste your money.Published on May 18, 2013 by on-line-sales1
I agree with a previous reviewer that the writing was amateur at best. The story line was poorly developed, unbelievable and lacking character development. Read morePublished on March 10, 2013 by CL
I thought that this was very amateurish. It reminded me of a melodrama. All that was missing was the false mustache, the hair bows and the booing and hissing.Published on March 3, 2013 by w wyatt
I enjoyed this book. Good characters and plot twists. Many hours of great reading. I highly recommend it to anyone who would like to read and escape.Published on January 30, 2013 by Diane Hedlund
Got this to read on a trip and it was hard to put down. Good mystery and story line, I would read something of hers again.Published on December 29, 2012 by DRan
I liked the storyline and liked the characters. The story flowed well and kept you guessing as to what was going to happen nextPublished on December 21, 2012 by Jeep Girl