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Great page turner – Accidental Target by Theresa Hall #LoveInspired #MurderMystery #Mobster


Title: Accidental Target

Author: Theresa Hall

Wow – with the FBI, DEA, mobsters, murderers, mystery and so much more this is a real page turner. This story had me gripped from the very beginning! Allison Moore is on her way to see her sister and meet her new nephew. The icy conditions make driving hazardous but when a truck careers towards her then spins off the road she stops to notify the authorities and to see if she can help. However, something is accidentally thrown from the truck . . . something wrapped up but with a lifeless hand exposed. When the driver of the vehicle starts shooting at her she’s in deadly danger . . . . As Allison endeavours to escape she crashes her own car but is rescued by police sergeant Jackson Archer. He promises to keep her safe but will he be able to?

This story is an enthralling read with great characters, plenty of action and enough twists and turns to make you feel you’re on a roller coaster ride with no idea of what will happen next. It is a story where faith and love have key roles and one in which healing from the past, discovering traitors and being prepared to take a chance on romance are also important. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone who enjoys reading this genre.

I requested and was gifted a copy of this book and this is my honest review after choosing to read it and finding it a fascinating read.


On an icy road in the dead of night

what she sees might get her killed.

Allison Moore can’t deny what she sees—a lifeless hand sticking out of a tarp in the back of a crashed pickup truck. Seconds later, she’s on the run with a murderer on her heels. Nowhere is safe and no one can be trusted…except police sergeant Jackson Archer. But with someone set on silencing her, can Jackson keep his promise of protection?

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