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As a police officer in Table Rock, Oregon, Leah Radcliff puts her life on the line to help others every day. But at home, Leah’s battling her own personal nightmare: Brad, her abusive husband, a fellow officer, celebrated hero, and beloved son of a powerful, prominent family. Brad’s violent outbursts and suspicious activities have left Leah physically and emotionally scarred, until one desperate action to put a stop to his abuse results in deadly consequences.
Though public opinion seems ready to convict Leah, Officer Clint Tanner is one of the few to believe she acted in self-defense. As he works with Leah’s attorney to produce the evidence they need, new truths about Brad’s dark side come to light - and reveal a deep-rooted problem in Table Rock. There are some who have breached their sworn duty to serve and protect...and they’ll do anything to keep their secret safe.
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- Amazon Customer
Book Description Lacking
After reading the book description, I was expecting much more police/crime drama. Little development of the story or the characters. A LOT of emphasis on the bible & prayer & God, over and over. And over. Good guys, Christian. Successes, due to God. It was a major theme of the book yet the book description didn't mention it at all. It was misleading.
- Amazon Customer
Wow! I couldn't put it down.
I've always liked Janice Cantore's books, but this one was exceptional! The narrator's voice enhanced the story instead of distracting from it. The plot does include domestic violence which may be a trigger for those with unresolved feelings surrounding that issue. But the plot line also includes police corruption, and both issues, I believe, are handled with honesty and empathy by Janice Cantore who was a police officer herself.