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by Nancy Mehl
From the back cover:
Following in her absentee father’s footsteps in a law enforcement career, U.S. Marshal Mercy Brennan has just recovered from being shot in the line of duty. And, unbeknownst to her, her father’s recent reappearance in her life has put her in the sights of St. Louis’s most powerful gang. Her boss assigns Deputy U.S. Marshal Mark St. Laurent–Mercy’s ex-boyfriend–to get her out of town until her safety can be guaranteed.
Unaware of the extent her boss and Mark have been keeping her in the dark, it isn’t until a freak ice storm strands them at a remote location and out of contact with the district office that the full severity of their situation becomes clear. As the storm worsens, the forces of nature combine with a deadly enemy to put them in great danger. Can they survive long enough for help to arrive–if help is even coming at all?
About the author:
Nancy Mehl is the author of twenty-two books, including the Road to Kingdom and Finding Sanctuary series, and a 2015 finalist for RT Book Reviews’ Reviewers’ Choice Award. Nancy writes from her home in Missouri, where she lives with her husband, Norman, and their puggle, Watson. Visit www.nancymehl.com to learn more.
Page-turning suspense with drastic stakes.
Mark, Mercy, and Tally are sent on a mission to protect Mercy, but things are not all as they seem. Fatal Frost pits the three law enforcement officers not only against crime, but also against the elements in a race against time.
A very high-energy story, Fatal Frost will engage your imagination from the very first page (and perhaps your adrenaline, too!).
During a time of conflict and tension between law enforcement and citizens, this story spotlights the work being done to protect communities, the heart many (most?) officers have for their work, and the consequences that sometimes come from such a high-risk job.
An exciting story and potent tribute all in one.
(I received a complimentary copy of this novel. The thoughts expressed here are entirely my own.)