Right from the very first chapter I was enthralled and found doing my mundane chores such a bore and too time consuming. The action was heart pounding and the culprit a total mystery. I drew close to the characters with their individual issues and kept rooting for them.
Harper is photographing nature when she inadvertently sees a murder through her camera lens. Heath is a reserve deputy and came across Harper running from the scene. She thinks the man with the rifle saw her through his telescopic lens and when attempts on her life begin to happen, she is sure.
It was interesting to learn more about crime scene photography and what all is involved. Not just the taking of the pictures but what must be done afterwards. And Harper certainly is meticulous in what she does. Harper and Heath are childhood friends and Harper helped Heath during a stressful time in his life. They have reconnected after twenty years apart. Will Heath be able to help Harper out this time? Or will the murderer win out? I must admit that at forty percent through I thought I knew “who dunit” but the clues didn’t pan out for me. I love being proven wrong in these instances because it makes it more thrilling to keep reading. If you enjoy crime/murder/suspense stories you will love this one.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author through the publisher but was not required to write a review positive or otherwise. All opinions are strictly my own.