Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Heart of Ice

The Triple Threat Club novels follow three fiercely intelligent women—a TV reporter, a Federal prosecutor and an FBI agent—as they investigate crimes as current as today’s headlines.


The Triple Threat women have faced intense situations before…but never such a cunningly cold-blooded murderer.



Elizabeth Avery is a stunningly beautiful woman. But her perfectly managed exterior hides the ice cold heart of a killer. She ingeniously manipulates everyone who crosses her path to do exactly as she wishes--from crime reporter Cassidy Shaw, who thinks Elizabeth is her new best friend, to a shy young man Elizabeth persuades to kill for her.



As Elizabeth leaves a trail of bodies in her wake, Federal prosecutor Allison Pierce and FBI agent Nicole Hedges must piece together clues from seemingly unrelated crimes. Can they stop her before she reaches her unthinkable, ultimate end-game?

I received a complimentary copy of Lis Wiehl's Heart of Ice throught the Thomas Nelson Publishing Booksneeze blogger program in exchange for a review. I am not required to provide a positive review and all opinions are my own.

Heart of Ice is a book that will leave you wanting to know what happens next with every turn of the page. It is a Christian based crime novel that shows the story from many different persepectives at one time. The reader knows "who done it" all along, yet determining how the crime experts will put the pieces together is a mystery. In addition to the sometimes mind boggling crimes that are being committed, one of the main characters goes through a tragic life experience.

I thoroughly enjoyed the characters, storyline, and style of writing of Heart of Ice. The author kept the story going really well, and came to a satisfying conclusion. There are enough strings left untied to make the reader want to grab the next book in the series as soon as it is available, yet there are also enough strings tied up to not cause the reader to feel left in the cold at the conclusion of the book. I give it 4 stars out of 5.




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