Dec 15, 2010
If you liked (or loved) Dee Henderson's O'Malley Series you will enjoy (or love) Lynette Eason's new series Omen of Justice which begins with Too Close to Home. Homicide detective Connor Wolfe is spearheading the taskforce looking into the mysterious disappearance of teen girls in his small southern town. At first glance the victims don't appear to have anything in common so Connor calls in FBI Special Agent Samantha Cash, computer expert, to go over all of the girls' computers and phone records to see if she can find anything to connect the girls. The more time Connor spends working on the case the more he realizes that his relationship with his own teenage daughter, which was precarious to begin with, is now suffering even more due to his long hours. Samantha can see how this is hurting Connor and Jenna both and the danger that Jenna may be putting herself into. As the case progresses and Samantha finds more and more clues as to how the killer is targeting his victims Connor struggles to rebuild his relationship with his daughter just as he is beginning a relationship with Samantha. Tension builds as the taskforce narrows in on the killer and Samantha encourages Connor to turn to God for guidance. A gripping and thrilling ending. I look forward to learning more about the characters in the next installment of the series. Don't misss Too Close to Home by Lynette Eason.