A Secret to Die For by Lisa Harris

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Psychologist Grace Callahan does not place much stock in her client Stephen Shaw’s paranoia—that is, until he turns up dead and someone breaks into her house demanding that she reveal his secrets.  She finds herself working with Detective Nate Quinn, an old college friend.  As Grace and Quinn race against the clock to stop the murderers from successfully pulling off a bigger scheme, they have to face the demons of their pasts and work together before it is too late.

This story starts with action and it continues until the very end.  The action slowed down at points to allow the reader to get a glimpse into the complex pasts of the main characters and bring some spiritual elements to the storyline.  Parts of the middle were a little slow for me, but overall I enjoyed the story.  The villain ends up as a surprise twist and creates an interesting ending.  I recommend this book to lovers of contemporary suspense!

I received a copy of this book from Revell Publishing in exchange for an honest review.

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