Debbi Mack- Identity Crisis (Lulu 2009) 3.5 Stars
Attorney Sam McRae is now looking into the disappearance of one of her clients, who had been the victim of a domestic abuse. Melanie Hayes is being looked for by the Mob, which is putting Sam in a tough spot. Her life in danger she must find Melanie before the Mob. In order to locate Melanie she must become allies with a private investigator who is on the opposing side of her case. She finds herself doing things she never imagined, including breaking and entering into a strip club.
This is a debut novel by Debbi Mack and was sent to me for reviewing. I did enjoy this book. The main character was interesting and well-crafted, making her easy to follow in the story. The plot was good and made for an easy, but good read. I did find that it had a bit too much fluff in it, especially for such a short book. By fluff I mean that we were sometimes given more information than we needed, and it did slow things down. That being said though, it was still a pretty fast-moving book, with a good flow to it. I also found that the villains in the book were great, love the whole mob thing. It did have several good twists, not unpredictable, but decent enough. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a good mystery.
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