by Patricia Bradley
About the book
After being forced to kill an FBI agent gone rogue in self-defense while working in the violent crimes unit for the Investigative Services Branch, ranger Madison Thorn is comfortable with her move to the fraud and cyber division. At least numbers don’t lie. So she’s less than thrilled when a white-collar crime investigation in Natchez, Mississippi, turns violent. She could also do without being forced to work with former-childhood-enemy-turned-infuriatingly-handsome park ranger Clayton Bradshaw.
When a woman who looks just like Madison is attacked on the same night Madison’s grandfather is shot, it becomes clear that there is something much bigger going on here and that Madison herself is in danger. Madison and Clayton will have to work together–and suppress their growing feelings for one another–if they are to discover the truth before it’s too late.
USA Today bestselling and award-winning author Patricia Bradley closes out her popular Natchez Trace Park Rangers series with this complex story of family secrets, mixed motives, and learning to trust.
Deception is the thrilling conclusion to this suspense-filled series by Patricia Bradley. Although it is Book #4, it could very well be read as a stand alone.
After shooting a fellow rogue agent in self-defense, Madison, the main character, left her position in the violent crimes division to be a park ranger and fight white collar crimes. She is surprised when she is called back to solve a murder case.
Is it a coincidence when a woman looking much like Madison is shot the same evening Madison’s grandfather is shot?
Madison is drawn into her own past history, and the twists and turns this story takes are truly incredible.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves to read a good suspense or mystery novel.
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