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Dangerous Passage by Lisa Harris

Detective Avery North has experienced her share of loss both inside and outside her time of work. But when two young women are found dead within a short time from another with some very interesting connections, Avery knows she needs to act quickly before yet another young woman falls victim to this killer.

Dangerous Passage  by Lisa Harris follows Avery on the search for the killer. And not only is Avery busy with her work as a detective, she is also a busy single mom and on the brink of a new relationship with Jackson Bryant. Jackson a medical examiner provides both important clues to her case and some needed distraction in her life. But, when this case hits a bit too close to home, will Avery and Jackson be pushed closer together, or ripped apart?


I enjoyed reading Dangerous Passage. It was an very engaging novel and also very relevant and current to the realities of the world we are living in. I appreciated that these were Christian characters who were struggling with some of the most difficult questions we face in life. And the answers they found were not perfect and easy, but ones that rang true to the depth of the struggle they face. I highly recommend this book!

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

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