Book Review: Threads of Suspicion

Threads of Suspicion #2  -     By: Dee Henderson<br />
While I lean towards reading historical fiction, I’ll occasionally pick up a good action or crime novel. Dee Henderson is an author I have always enjoyed reading, especially her military and police novels. Henderson’s newest novel is Threads of Suspicion, book two in the Evie Blackwell Cold Case series. I haven’t read book one, Traces of Guilt, but I didn’t feel too far behind and was still able to immensely enjoy the novel.

Police Lieutenant Evie Blackwell has just been assigned to the new Missing Persons Task Force in the state of Illinois. The Task Force’s job will be to go back to local and state cold cases, taking a fresh look, gathering new evidence, and solving the mystery of missing persons from years past.

Evie will be working with David Marshal, a former New York City cop, in solving these cold cases. Each member of the task force picks a case from a stack of cold cases. Evie chooses to look into the disappearance of a college student, Jenna Greenhill, which happened aa decade ago. David’s case is that of a PI who went missing several years prior.

Evie and David bring new questions to the table, and a fresh perspective, as they try to solve their respective cases. As they get deeper in, however, they realize their cases may be linked…not only with each other’s cases, but with each other’s personal lives.

Meanwhile, both David and Evie are struggling with their personal relationships. Will solving their cases help them solve their relationship problems as well?

I really enjoyed this novel. At 428 pages, it kept me busy for quite a while. There were times when it was a bit slow, but you can always see the wheels turning in the character’s heads, as they try to solve the next puzzle. As with the other Dee Henderson novels I have read, it kept me entertained while also giving me a lot of think about. I really felt a closeness to the characters and look forward to more from the author!

*I received a copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers. I was not required to give a positive review. All opinions are my own and have not been influenced in any way.

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