This is book three of a series but the only one I have read. That made it a little difficult to follow the number of characters in the first few chapters but I was still able to follow the storyline without knowing about the previous two books.
I have mixed feelings about reviewing this book. It read very quickly and I didn't want to put the book down in needing to know what was going to happen and how. However, I assumed this was Christian fiction (a book provided to me by Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for a review)and was very surprised by the number of murders. The selfishness of the characters was not addressed or changed. Yes, one of the characters prayed but that was the extent of any sort of Christianity.
I knocked the review down to three stars simply because it is not the type of book I would pick up on my own. But it is a good mild thriller.