Book Review-Dead End

26 Apr

Dead End was written by Nancy Mehl, and is book three in the Kaely Quinn Profiler series.

Summary: Kaely is still trying to deal with the emotional trauma of all that happened in Nebraska, while attempting to move on with her life.

But moving on isn’t in the cards. Someone is murdering innocent women, and in the same style as her father did decades ago.

Determined to find answers, she agrees to meet with her father-something she swore she would never do. But, unable to live with the guilt of more death she might have been able to stop, she agrees to the difficult meeting.

What she finds though, might just be more than she can handle, and this time-she might just break for good.

My Thoughts: I liked this book. In fact, I thought it was better than the last one because it wasn’t as dark. There was definitely a good mystery that unravels throughout the book, and the reader will get a close-up look at more of Kaely and her family’s past, and how it has lead up to present-day.

It is not necessary to have read the previous books to enjoy this one-in fact, I haven’t even read the first one, and I was able to follow along just fine.

This book has plenty of mystery and intrigue, and really helps to bring Kaely’s family saga to a fitting end.

I mean, I sure wouldn’t mind if there were more books in this series, but I felt like there was some closure with Kaely, and I liked it.

Anyway, this is a good read, and I recommend it!

As always, I would like to thank Bethany House for providing me with a free digital copy of this book in exchange for my review. Thank you!

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