I received an ARC copy of Terri Blackstocks third book in her Intervention series to review. Thrilled to say the least since I loved her other two books in the series. This book was crafted wonderfully to end the series featuring Emily Covington and her family.
We have followed Emily through the first two books and the drug addiction she had. In the third book she finally has turned her life around and is attending college but her high profile from the second book (can't give it away) is haunting her in her classes and with the other students. Her mother still is not sure she has not returned to the life of drugs and is constantly worrying about her. She is trying so hard to prove to everyone she has really "changed". Then the problems begin. A bomb is found under her car, a friend's wife is murdered and she thinks she knows who is responsible and realizes another woman is targeted by the killer. She tries to warn her and ends up in jail as the murderer. The "avenger" is after Emily and is striking terror in the lives of Emily's brother and mother. How will she solve this puzzle before she ends up dead.
This is a very fast paced book, as are all of Terri Blackstock's. She weaves a suspenseful storyline that had me completely fooled as who the "avenger" was. Terri exposes the horrid world ofdrug addiction that destroys families and ruins lives. The interesting fact that these three books have been a labor of her family's walk through drug addiction with their daughter. That is one reason why you can hear the author's anguish in the pages of her books. If you have not read the first two, please do . You will be rewarded with excellent Christian suspense.