I liked that the story was similar to current events and that it was incorporated very smoothly into a story.
Sunday Night is ex cop and ex military and is now retired. She was very good at her job and that is why she is being sought by a very arrogant millionaire to find out what has happened to her grand daughter who she believes is alive after a bomb explosion which killed her mother and brother.
Working with her twin brother Gus who is bubbly and smooth, the opposite of Sunnie they have very few clues to start with. However, the people who start sniffing around obviously know more of what Sunnie is looking for and this is all she needs to start.
Through clever deduction and sound intelligence work Sunnie begins the hard job of trying to find Grace. Whether Grace wants to be reconciled with her grandmother however is another story. Having to confront her own past whilst looking for the girl is another thing that Sunnie did not account for.
Fast paced, going back and forth between the girl and Sunnie's own schemes you had to concentrate on this read to know what was going on.
Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of Random House UK. Cornerstone.
I used to read all of her books as soon as they came out but haven't read one in a while. This sounds like a new (to me, anyway) series.ReplyDelete
I love the sound of this book! Thanks for sharing...and for visiting my blog.ReplyDelete
I don't read many thrillers but this sounds rather good and I love her name Sunday Night, I had to reread the sentence to get that!ReplyDelete
I like the sound of Sunday Night (cool name too), and the idea that maybe the girl doesn't want to be found is a neat twist.ReplyDelete
This one has my interest. I like a good thriller.ReplyDelete
Kathy Reichs used to be high up on my list of authors I wanted to try and then somewhere along the way I lost interesting in her. This does sound good though.ReplyDelete