The first time I read Lisa Scottoline I knew I was in the presence of an
expert...a woman with an intimate knowledge of law. That's how I felt as I read about investigative reporting as told by Kim Cresswell in her book
One of the things I LOVE about this book is it's a fast paced, high energy, on the edge of your seat, nail biting suspense story, told by a woman. It is just so empowering that her heroine, no matter how terrifying life has suddenly become, digs deep, finds her core of courage, and plows on.
This is one of the finest suspense stories I have EVER read...and in the long run it's not gender directed...I don't care who you are, if you suddenly found yourself at the center of as many attempts to bring your life to a fast, painful and dramatic end as Whitney Steel does, I don't care who you might be, you're gonna be shaking in your boots...that Whitney doesn't turn tail and run, that she knows to save not only her own life, but the lives of those she holds dear, she cannot run from the darkness on her tail, shows incredible strength, resilience, and yes, depth of responsibility for all those her life has touched and will touch.
I am in awe of Kim Cresswell. The way she ended this book, I'm almost certain there will be more Whitney Steel stories coming our way, and I for one am going to be on her band wagon watching for them.
If you are looking for the best of the newest authors, the up-and-coming STARS, you HAVE to try Kim Cresswell's Reflection...You won't be sorry.
Five Stars I give this book.
Reflection is a recent release from Muse It Up Publishing, but can also be found at Amazon.com and where other top notch e-books are available.