Journey to New Heights

Journey to New Heights
We need a heart for the lost

Friday, October 30, 2015

Dangerous Tidings by Dana Mentink

My review today is on the Love Inspired Suspense, Dangerous Tidings. This is the first book in the new series, Pacific Coast Private Eyes and I look forward to the next book. I love Dana's books and I'm always thrilled to get a book from her. This one is well written, action packed, and full of adventure. I love the way she weaves her faith throughout the story. You just have to love that.

Donna Gallagher is grieving over the loss of her father and her sister lying in a coma at the hospital. How is she to celebrate Christmas without them. She can't believe his death was an accident. Someone had to have forced them off the road. She goes to her father's office to find out about the last case he was working on. P. Mitchell was the name on the case file. She remembered Pauline because she had cared for her dog, Radar. What was her father trying to find out? The only thing in the file were three names. As she looked into the file the office is broken into and she is attacked. The man who rescues her is one of the names on the file, is he friend or foe?

Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer Brent Mitchell is on medical leave but he is determined to find his missing sister before Christmas. When he learns her disappearance is somehow linked to the death of PI Bruce Gallagher, he goes to his office just in time to rescue the PI's daughter. When the police arrive, the case is taken over by the man who blames him for the death of his girl friend. He and Donna must find the answers because the police aren't going to be any help.

These two broken individuals are thrown into a dangerous investigation. They must rely on each other and their God to keep them alive and to find the answers they seek. Trust is so hard sometimes, especially during the holidays but God always has a plan for us and when we give Him control He can make a way for us that is far greater than we ever dreamed.

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