Although I really liked the first two books in the Mercy series, I found this last one riveting. It could easily be read as a stand alone because enough background information is given to avoid any confusion. The continuing saga concerning Robert's missing family is kept as a backdrop, providing momentary relief to the primary story, and is finally given some amount of closure. The main story revolves around a former FBI profiler who is trying to move beyond a tragedy in his life. Being hired by the Mercy Street foundation to solve a case forces him to evaluate his life situation, where he soon realizes everything is not as it seems, either in romance or murder. Expertly told story with a shocking confession near the end. Mercy Street has work yet to do, and I am hoping this is not the last of the series.
this one on mercy street was the best, but they all were.
mariah stewart keeps you guessing from start to finish.
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