Fire Storm by Nancy Mehl
I thoroughly enjoyed Nancy Mehl’s Mind Games, so naturally as soon as book 2, Fire Storm came out I had to read it right away.
From the first time I read about Agent Kaely Quinn in Mind Games, I was fascinated by her character. Mehl has a way of keeping me at the edge of my seat as the mystery unfolds. Not only are we dealing with solving crimes, but Kaely Quinn has enough emotional goings-on of her own to keep me invested and turning the pages. Boy! It took a while for my heart rate to get back to normal at the end of this thoroughly entertaining book. The pace throughout the whole book is perfect and Mehl gives us just enough clues to keep us guessing. Brilliantly plotted and excellently executed.
I can’t wait for the next book in the series. I need to know what happens next!
I anxiously anticipate book 3: Dead End
I got a copy of this book on NetGalley and my opinion is my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK
When FBI profiler Kaely Quinn’s mother is diagnosed with cancer, Kaely takes time off work to go to Dark Water, Nebraska, to help her brother care for their mother. Upon her arrival, she learns of a series of fires in the small town, attributed by the fire chief to misuse of space heaters in the frigid winter. But Kaely is skeptical, and a search for a pattern in the locations of the fires bolsters her suspicions.
After yet another blaze devastates a local family, Kaely is certain a serial arsonist is on the loose. Calling upon her partner from St. Louis, Noah Hunter, and her brother’s firefighter neighbor who backs Kaely’s suspicions, Kaely and her team begin an investigation that swiftly leads them down a twisted path. When the truth is finally revealed, Kaely finds herself confronting a madman who is determined his last heinous act will be her death.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Here is the full series:
Melony Teague is a freelance writer who believes everyone has a story to tell and each story is unique and sometimes wilder than fiction. She loves to uncover the good news in society and writes human interest and community pieces. As co-author of As the Ink Flows, she loves to inspire and motivate others through her written words. In her spare time, she reviews books and interviews authors. These reviews can be found right here on her website. She also teaches seniors in her local community to write their own personal story. Melony Teague was born in South Africa and immigrated to Canada. She now lives in Toronto with her husband and their two children and two cats. Check out her recent publications here and watch out for news of her upcoming projects.
Thanks for sharing this review. Sounds like a book I new to add to my TBR list.