I just finished a real page turner, Distortion, by New York Times bestselling author, Terri Blackstock.

 Book 2 in the Moonlighters series, Distortion  is a crime mystery novel with realistic characters who, though imperfect, are trying to live out their faith under difficult circumstances.

Returning a rental truck after helping his sister-in-law move, Physician, Bob Cole, is brutally gunned down in front of his wife, Juliet.  At first the horrifying crime seems like an act of random violence, but upon her return home, she receives a chilling voicemail demanding fifty million dollars and "the codes."

This frightening turn of events leads Juliet and her sleuthing sisters on a quest to identify her husband's killer.  Along the way, she discovers he has been leading a secret life of crime and immorality.

Perplexed, while trying to protect and comfort her two young sons, she struggles through her own grief and continues in the quest for truth -- wherever that may lead.

Distortion is action packed all the way through, with unexpected twists and turns galore, reminding me somewhat of my favorite mystery writer, Harlan Coben.  Purchase Here.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for me to review on this blog.  
I was not required to provide a positive review.


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