Sunday, June 11, 2017

Review: A Merciful Truth (Mercy Kilpatrick #2) by Kendra Elliot



Publication Date: June 6th, 2017
Series: 2
Rating: 5 stars




Official Blurb:
Raised by a family of survivalists, FBI agent Mercy Kilpatrick can take on any challenge—even the hostile reception to her homecoming. But she’s not the only one causing chaos in the rural community of Eagle’s Nest, Oregon. At first believed to be teenage pranks, a series of fires takes a deadly turn with the murder of two sheriff’s deputies. Now, along with Police Chief Truman Daly, Mercy is on the hunt for an arsonist turned killer.

Still shunned by her family and members of the community, Mercy must keep her ear close to the ground to pick up any leads. And it’s not long before she hears rumors of the area’s growing antigovernment militia movement. If the arsonist is among their ranks, Mercy is determined to smoke the culprit out. But when her investigation uncovers a shocking secret, will this hunt for a madman turn into her own trial by fire?




Review:
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the second book of the Mercy Kilpatrick series by Kendra Elliot. I’ve come to realize with every book by Kendra, I’m always sucked into another word full of mystery, suspense, and a bit of action. It never fails as I’m reading that I’m second guessing so many things about the story, and how everything will turn out. A Merciful Truth left me questioning so many things throughout, and I really wanted to find out what was really going on.

Not only is this story unpredictable, and Kendra did an amazing job only giving out small hints here and there, so there was no way I could’ve guessed what was really going on until it happened. I really cannot praise this book high enough, and it deserves more than five stars. There’s just something about a good mystery to keep my interest peeked, and I’m highly anticipating what Kendra will write next.



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