Still Life By Dani Pettrey ReviewStill Life by Dani Pettrey
Series: Chesapeake Valor #2
Published by Bethany House Publishers on January 31st 2017
Genres: Suspense
Pages: 352
Also by this author: Blind Spot (Chesapeake Valor, #3)
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My Rating: five-stars

About this Book

Work hits too close to home for crime scene photographer Avery Tate when her best friend disappears. The only lead is a chilling photo of her--apparently dead. As Avery, her boss Parker, and his friends dig into the case, she's forced to confront her feelings for Parker when they come face-to-face with a dangerous criminal.

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What happens when work hits close to home for crime scene photographer Avery Tate? Still Life by Dani Pettrey gives us the answer to this when Avery’s best friend disappears.

Still Life was a very interesting read for me. I felt the storyline was a little heavier than Cold Shot, the first book in this series was. For me that wasn’t a bad thing.

I found the concept of Avery being a crime scene photographer and the only lead on her friend being a chilling photo of her dead at an art show a bit creepy, and yet a clever plot line.

I found myself engaged with the story. My only problem was trying to read it before bed. It wasn’t a book I could relax and read. My adrenalin was going!

Many times the second book in the series, like the sequel to a blockbuster hit, falls short of the expectations, but that was not the case with Still Life! I found myself drawn into this story, engaged with the characters, and wanting to keep reading.

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