Sunday, January 10, 2016

Review: Girl Three by Tracy March

Bioethicist Jessica Croft, estranged daughter of a federal judge, has avoided the players, power, and passions of Washington, DC. But when her sister Sam’s suspicious death is classified as natural, Jessie resolves to expose Sam’s murderer. Pursuing elite suspects on both sides of the stem-cell-research debate leads her to security consultant Michael Gillette, who seems to know more about Sam than he’s let on. 

Michael has a vested interest in Jessie’s plight. Her sister died on his watch—while he wasn’t watching. His plan to find her murderer becomes complicated when Jessie’s father hires him to protect Jessie, and his interest turns from professional…to romantic.

Together Jessie and Michael must unravel a mystery rife with political agendas and deceit. When confidential papers reveal a fertility scandal surrounding the enigmatic Girl Three, the two realize the danger of exposing the truth. Who is Girl Three? And will the murderer kill again to keep a secret?

My Thoughts:
I loved this one. I was drawn in from the first page. When Jessie finds out her sister is murdered, she needs to find out what is going on. She ends up finding out more than she bargained for. She is trying to find out who killed her sister while at the same time, so is Michael, who has been hired to watch her without her knowledge. A big city thriller with political secrets. This one kept me guessing to the very end. An excellent read.  

My Rating: *****
Steam Factor: !!

My Source:
freebie from reader event

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