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Sunday, April 4, 2010

BOOK REVIEW: The Right Call

The third book in the Sophie Trace Trilogy, The Right Call offers up another tale full of suspense, crime and adventure.  If you haven’t read the first two books in the trilogy, it might be helpful to do so to become more familiar with the character’s backgrounds.  The story revolves around Ethan Langley who comes home from college and has plans to further his romantic relationship with Vanessa Jessup.   (Vanessa is also a college student, a single mom, and the daughter of the police chief.)  Instead of being able to focus 100% on Vanessa, Ethan finds himself consoling his cousin Drew, who finds his roommate dead from a gunshot wound.  When a second college student is shot and killed, things become even more complicated in Sophie Trace.  The plot thickens as Ethan learns information about the shootings that could break the case wide open – he also faces the risk of endangering the ones he loves.   

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Ethan Langley is home from college for the summer, eager to renew his friendship with Vanessa Jessup and her infant son, Carter. Before Ethan is even settled, his world is rocked by a series of random shootings that leaves four people dead, including someone in his family.
While the Sophie Trace police are scrambling to find a connection between victims, Ethan learns shocking details of a high stakes poker game-turned-deadly, and who it was that masterminded the killings. Someone  powerful. Someone whose lackey warned him to keep his mouth shut. Going to the police with what he knows could save an innocent person from doing life in prison—but it could be a death sentence for and Vanessa and Carter.
Based on 2 Peter 2:19b, “For a man is a slave to whatever has mastered him,” this is a story about choosing whom we will serve—and it’s serious business!

This book was provided free for review by The B & B Media Group

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