I’ve been a fan of Lisa Harris for several years now, and her books keep getting better. “A Secret to Die For” is a fast-paced suspense novel with a touch of romance. The whole book takes place over just a few days, which kept me wanting to turn the pages.
In addition to the case at hand, this novel touches on the value of vulnerability, processing grief while still living, and how God isn’t afraid of our doubts and questions. I like when fiction novels don’t shy away from important real-life messages and Harris does that well with this story.
About the book
Psychologist Grace Callahan has no idea that she has a secret – one worth killing for. When she finds out one of her clients has been murdered, she quickly realizes the computer security specialist wasn’t simply suffering from paranoia.
Detective Nate Quinn has just been cleared for active duty after a bombing killed eighteen people, including his partner, and left him dealing with PTSD. His first case back on the job involves the murder of Stephen Shaw, and his only lead turns out to be an old friend, Grace Callahan – and her life is in grave danger. Someone believes Shaw gave his psychologist information before he died, information they are willing to kill for.
With her signature suspenseful storytelling, Lisa Harris takes readers deep into the heart of fear in this race against the clock.
“A Secret to Die For” is a 336-page paperback published by Revell (Sept. 18, 2018).
About the author
Lisa Harris is a bestselling author, a Christy Award winner, and the winner of the Best Inspirational Suspense Novel from Romantic Times for her novels “Blood Covenant” and “Vendetta.” The author of more than thirty books, Harris and her family have spent almost fifteen years living as missionaries in southern Africa. Learn more at www.lisaharriswrites.com.
I received a free copy of “A Secret to Die For” from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, in exchange for a review, but I’m truly a fan of Lisa Harris’ work. If you’re looking to read other Lisa Harris title, one of my other favorites is one she co-authored called “Ghost Heart.” You can read my review of that one here.