In the final novel of the Intervention series, Blackstock keeps the reader’s attention from the first page until the heart-stopping ending. It’s especially meaningful to follow the progress of drug-addicted Emily through her recovery and into a positive future.

Although Emily Covington has been sober for a year following her treatment, her mother Barbara has a difficult time trusting her. When a homemade bomb is found under Emily’s car, and the wife of someone she knew in her drug program is found murdered, suspicion turns toward Emily. Can she clear her name, and can her family learn to trust her again? (ZONDERVAN, Mar., 282 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel