Ricochet by Sandra Brown

Simon & Schuster

Format: Trade Paperback - Published: July 24, 2007 - 515 Pages - ISBN: 1416523324 - Published By: Simon & Schuster



by Sandra Brown

#1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown presents a spine-tingling story of murder and betrayal in high society Savannah, where a homicide detective finds his career – and life – on the line.

When Savannah detective Duncan Hatcher is summoned to an unusual crime scene, he knows discretion is key. Influential Judge Cato Laird’s beloved trophy wife, Elise, has fatally shot a burglar. She claims self-defense, but Duncan suspects she’s lying, and puts his career in jeopardy by investigating further. Then, in secret, Elise makes an incredible allegation, which he dismisses as the lie of a cunning woman trying to exploit his intense attraction to her. But when Elise goes missing, Duncan finds that trusting the wrong person could mean the difference between life and death for both of them.

Review: Another excellent book by Sandra Brown. I absolutely loved the twists in this novel. How everything came about, how it was all figured out … perfect! 

I loved the characters. Duncan, as moral as he is. DeeDee, the best kind of partner one can have. I loved their thought-processes. Every character seemed real, as if watching it all unfold in front of you.

Sandra Brown knows how to gather a reader’s attention and hold it to the end. I adore her imagination.



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