Here’s another book to be added to your list of must-reads. In Black Sheep, CJ Lyons‘ characterization of FBI Supervisory Special Agent Caitlyn Tierney is excellent–especially if you’ve ever asked yourself why people behave the way they do–especially your parents…
It’s the only mystery Supervisory Supervisory Special Agent Caitlyn Tierney has never solved: her father’s unexplained suicide after arresting his best friend for murder. It drove Caitlyn to become one of the FBI’s best agents–and often the most unorthodox. Her latest case is no exception: when the man she holds responsible for her father’s death asks for help in finding his missing daughter, Caitlyn’s search brings her back to her North Carolina hometown. The town is now vibrant with new money, old lies, and an unknown enemy who will do anything to keep Caitlyn from learning the truth–and who will kill to keep it buried.
The characters in this book come alive and the suspense kept me turning the pages. And all the while I thought I knew whodunit, and why, I kept changing my mind. Yep, this was one of those books I read straight through … ’til 2:00 a.m.
Published by St. Martin’s Press February 26, 2013
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