Agent Jess Harris is back in another thrilling installment
of Debra Webb's Faces of Evil series.
Jess is ready to start the next chapter in her life as the
new deputy chief of Birmingham's major crimes division. But
with her first love, Chief of Police Dan Burnett, acting as
her new boss, it looks like Jess won't be able to put the
past behind her that easily.
Jess has decided to focus all of her attention on work when
a celebrated ballet instructor is found dead by one of her
students. Though Jess's instincts tell her otherwise, the
death is ruled an accident, and the case is assigned to
another division. Still, Jess can't shake the feeling that
there's more to the story, and her investigation leads her
into the worlds of Birmingham's gang culture and its
Now Jess's investigation has dug a little too deep, and
there's a target painted on her own forehead. Will she be
able to solve the crime before her own life is in jeopardy?
I have this e-book to read - cannot wait! (Felicia Ciaudelli 9:19pm September 7, 2012)
I'm reading POWER by Debra Webb now. Took a break & wanted to leave a review.
Can you say: Mystery, Page Turner, Edge of the chair suspense, romance? POWER grabs your attention on the first page. You have missing people, bodies (murder or suicide?), contaminated crime scenes, powerful, influencial families, dead character that was a ballet teacher, young girls whoe call mothers (who show up before the emergency/police teams) and there goes any clues that migh have told what happened to the dead body on the floor, next to the stairs. Are those designer shoes so perfectly aligned near the stairs. The body couldn't have fallen down the stairs (or did it?) You have to read this third book in THE FACES OF EVIL. It takes up where book two leaves off, with new cases. Debra will have you hanging onto each word, watch out, there will be clues, red herrings, romance, thrills galore. Sit back & read this exciting book. I have the FACES OF EVIL on kindle. I'm probably going to have to go buy them in paperback. They are keepers and besides, I have most of Debra' books & they are in paperback. Good books I do enjoy re-reading. Some books I've had over 30 yrs, I've read more than 15-20 times. Deb's may catch up with those. (She's not old enough to have been on my book shelves that long). (Pat Moore 5:17pm September 13, 2012)