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Full Disclosure by Dee Henderson


Searching for a killer. Searching for love. Can the characters in Full Disclosure find both?

Full Disclosure by Dee Henderson follows FBI top murder cop, Paul Falcon on the hunt for hired shooter who killed 30 people. When Midwest Homicide Investigator Ann Silver passes a case off to Paul, it offers the first break in Paul’s case for several years. While working on the case, Paul and Ann get to know each other quite well. Yet the more Paul learns about Ann, the more he understands he has hardly begun to comprehend her. As the hired shooter case comes to light, more and more top ranking officials are pulled into the case and the more complicated it becomes. All the while, Paul is struggling to understand and Ann and see if she could be the love of his life.

Dee Henderson has done it again. Creating a fantastic story that I could not put down once I began. I enjoy all of her plot twists. The minute you think you have the story figured out, something new comes out of the word work, completely changing your perspective. And while it is a love story, I appreciated how the love story was not the complete focus of the books. The crimes that needed to be solved where the most important to all of the characters. I also appreciated the characters faith. This is one of few fictions books I have read that has challenged me in my own faith. I want to have as intimate a relationship with God as Ann and Paul do. And for that challenge, I am grateful.

Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.
Available at your favourite bookseller from Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group

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