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As a sheriff in a rural area near Chicago, Ann works a wreck where the driver is killed and evidence is found that she feels is related to an FBI cold case named the lady shooter serial killer case. She turns the case over to FBI agent Paul Falcon in the Chicago office. This starts a whirlwind of activity at the agency. As Paul gets to know Ann, he finds that they have many friends in common. Paul becomes interested in dating Ann but it takes a long time for Ann to return the interest. Along the way, Ann's case becomes a long investigation into many murders committed by the lady shooter. There are lots of twists and turns that pop up that involve other people close to Ann. This is a long book that has very detailed and outlined information into how the investigation goes over a period of months. Along the way we see the friendship develop between Ann and Paul and revisit some old friends from other books by Ms. Henderson. There were some areas that were slow going for me but it is a very interesting book and worth it as things take some surprising turns at the end. This is a very deep, faith filled book with well developed characters.
I received my 'advance' copy of Full Disclosure before I left for a business trip and decided that I would read it on the plane, big mistake! I didn't have enough time to finish it and once I got to Dallas, I hit the ground running. All I could think about all week was, "what is going to happen next?!" It drove me crazy! I did manage to finish it on the flight back. The poor guy next to me was kept rudely awake by my light and even commented on how fast I was reading.
This was an amazing book! I know I say that a lot, but wow! Dee is an incredible author, so I didn't expect anything less, but she really out did herself this time. Full Disclosure is not 'just' a romance and it's not 'just' a thriller, I love how it is a story of two individuals who mesh their stories into one. There are so many twists and turns while you discover who Ann and Paul really are. I don't know how she can build a story with so many layers that it keeps you guessing the entire time. I loved every moment. Definitely a 5 star book!
I was provided with a complimentary advance readers' copy of this book for review purposes. The opinions expressed are all mine and I was not required to give a positive review.
This book is officially a stand-alone book. You don't have to have read any of Dee's other books. Many characters from her other books (both stand-alone and series) either show up in the book or are mentioned by characters. It's a nice little reminder for those of us who love all of her books, but I would think it would be irritating for people who haven't read the other books.
This book was a good read, but I didn't enjoy it as much as some of her others. The fact that the main character wrote all of the books that Dee wrote really bugged me. Of course I don't believe that this was truly autobiographical, although the writing process described may be the same way Dee goes about it. What was so irritating is that I'm sure Dee would not write a such glowing description of herself, yet by attributing the books to the character, it made it seem as if she were writing about herself in this way. This definitely got in the way of me enjoying the book. For someone who hasn't read her books, this would probably be a non-issue.
I still plan to read whatever Dee Henderson comes out with next. She is a truly gifted writer.
The O'Malley series is my favorite of all Dee's writings. If you haven't read those, I suggest you begin with the prequel, Danger in the Shadows, or with the actual first book, The Negotiator.