Cold Light of Day
by Elizabeth Goddard
Police Chief Autumn Long is fighting to keep her job in the quiet Alaska town of Shadow Gap when an unexpected string of criminal activity leaves her with a wounded officer, unexplained murders, and even an attack on her own father. Despite her mistrust of outsiders, she turns to Grier Brenner, a newcomer who seems to have the skills and training Autumn needs to face this threat to her community.
Grier is in Alaska for the same reason so many others are–to disappear–when Chief Long enlists his help. He emerges from the shadows and proves his mettle, but his presence in her life could be a deadly trap for them both. If his secret is exposed, all will be lost. And he’s not sure even Autumn could save him.
As the stakes rise and the dangers increase, Autumn and Grier must rely on each other to extinguish the deadly threats.
Elizabeth Goddard writes intensely exciting and action packed suspense novels. This one was no exception.
Set in the beautiful, wild, Alaskan wilderness, but a lot of the story takes place in a charming small town.
Grier was a character that I really enjoyed reading about and getting to know. I also really liked Autumn, and found it quite intriguing to read her history.
The longer I read, the more unsure I was about what was really going on, and who was actually the intended target.
This is a top notch suspense novel with lots of danger, mystery, and adventure. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes a good mystery
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