Lynette Eason

Dear Readers,
Lynette Eason was mentored by Dee Henderson. Too Close to Home is the result of that work. If Dee isn’t going to be writing any more, this is a good alternative. It is the first of a three book series, at least I think it will be three books.

Conner Wolfe is losing his daughter. He just doesn’t know it yet. He thinks they are at odds because of his new case. Girls are going missing and then a year or so later turning up dead. Who is the psycho killer and why does it take him so long to kill the girls? Now the killer has his eye on Jenna.

Samantha is the FBI’s best computer forensic expert. She loves what she does, most days and most cases. This one on the other hand is driving her crazy. Why is there no trace of any activity between the killer and the missing teen on her computer or her phone? What is the common denominator between them all? Why is he always one step ahead of them?

As the team gets closer, the killer steps up the violence. Will they be able to catch him before any more girls disappear?

Like I said before, this is a great book for Dee fans. It has her fingerprints all over it and yet Lynette has her own flair to the story too. It made for an interesting read. It is fast paced and can keep you guessing all the way to the end. Even though I had guessed who the killer was early on the story itself had a few twists to it. Which of course made for a very good read.
I love that publishers are getting on the bandwagon of these romantic mystery books without them being too sticky with romance. Ok so it is very strong in this book, but I still liked it.
Happy Reading



2 thoughts on “Lynette Eason

  1. LOL. Chris, glad you enjoyed the book in spite of the romance. Thank you for the kind review. If you like that one, you'll like Don't Look Back even better. Looking forward to reading your review on that one! God Bless,


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