The second in a series, Hand of Fate delivers a fast-paced mystery that keeps you guessing until the end. Allison, a federal prosecutor, Nicole, an FBI special agent, and Cassidy, a local crime reporter, are friends that call themselves the Triple Threat Club.
When Jim Fate, a national radio host, is murdered, the question is not “who would want him dead?” but rather, “who wouldn’t want him dead?” With so many suspects running around, pinning down the real killer takes all three ladies to decipher the truth. Along with solving the mystery, the personal lives of the three women are slowly revealed as their friendship deepens into a lasting bond.
The storyline was realistic, and at times, even thought provoking. The main characters were multi-faceted and appealing, with intriguing back story. I wished that I’d already read the first book in the series so that I had that connection with the characters at the beginning, but it was easy to play catchup, to get in their heads and relate to what they were going through, personally and professionally.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their BookSneeze.com