Monday, October 30, 2023

Cold Pursuit


Ex-FBI profiler River Ryland still suffers from PTSD after a case went horribly wrong. Needing a fresh start, she moves to St. Louis to be near her ailing mother and opens a private investigation firm with her friend and former FBI partner, Tony St. Clair. They're soon approached by a grieving mother who wants them to find out what happened to her teenaged son, who disappeared four years ago. River knows there's almost no hope the boy is still alive, but his mother needs closure, and River and Tony need a case, no matter how cold it might be.

But as they follow the boy's trail, which gets more complicated at every turn, they find themselves in the path of a murderer determined to punish anyone who gets in his way. As River and Tony race to stop him before he kills again, an even more dangerous threat emerges, stirring up the past that haunts River and plotting an end to her future.

My thoughts: I have read and enjoyed just about every book that Nancy Mehl has written, so I was looking forward to reading this new series by her. It did not disappoint! I love that the main characters are former FBI profiles (her past two series have been about FBI profilers, and have been excellent!) that have started their own PI firm after a traumatic experience with a serial killer. Which, that will be an ongoing thread in the series.
My heart went out to the mom who is looking for closure about her missing son. As the pieces start to come together, River and Tony find out that being Private Investigators might not be any safer than their previous jobs. 
I received this book from Bethany House. This is my honest review.

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