Friday, August 29, 2014

Solomon's Whisper
by Sandra Brannan

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
Pages: 
Format: eARC
Buy the Book: Amazon 

Goodreads:  Trying to convince Liv Bergen from resigning from the FBI to return to mining after nearly losing her nephew, Streeter Pierce asks Liv for one condition: to wait six months before making her resignation official or public.

Five months into the condition, Streeter becomes desperate to keep Liv, so he bends the rules and assigns her a seven year old cold case – Brianna Keller, a young girl taken from her bedroom during a slumber party and found dead along the road in the desert near Vegas. Streeter believes if Liv sees how she can help her family, help avenge a child’s death, she may not feel as if she’s endangering them. So what better way than to assign her Brianna’s case? After all, Brianna is Liv’s niece, her sister Barbara’s youngest child.



Kritters Thoughts: Another episode in the Liv Bergen series and I loved this one maybe just a little more than the previous ones and I can't believe I can say that!  Liv is now full on FBI and completely involved with catching the bad guys.  In this book a bunch of cases involving children who were murdered and then their predators end up in the same boat are all on her desk and eventually she finds an interesting link that will bust all of the cases wide open.  

As always, I can't give too much because this one is definitely worth the read, but it was absolutely confusing having all of these cases going on at the same time.  I had to take notes to keep each case - victim and killer all in order, but it was so worth it!  I loved that Liv was completely involved with the cases as a professional and I felt like I could connect with her more as I saw more of her personality behind the scenes of the investigations at work and at home.  

I would absolutely say that any reader should start at the beginning of this series even though each book deals with a different crime, it still helps to see Liv's journey.  


Rating: definitely a good read, but can't read two in a row

Ebook 2014 Challenge: 49 out of 100


Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from JKS Communications.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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