TO WRITE A WRONG
The first installment in the Justice Seekers series begins slowly, allowing the reader to get to know each character and to think about how forgiveness doesn’t come easy. When the momentum picks up and everything falls into place, readers will stay riveted in their chairs for the exciting and satisfying conclusion.
Her editor warns Riley Baxter that her next story must show improvement, or she might not have a job anymore. Then, she finds an angle for a human-interest story that is sure to hook readers. As Riley investigates, she begins to piece together clues to a cover-up. But someone doesn’t want her stories to make it into print and will stop at nothing to put an end to them — and to Riley too, if needed. (B&H, Sep., 352 pp., $14.99)