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by Susan Page Davis
From the back cover:
She thought she’d be safe at the police station…
Debra Griffin takes a job at the local police station as secretary to the detective sergeant, Michael Van Sant. Michael is trying to learn who wants to sabotage his unit, and Debra is soon caught up in his hush-hush investigation—while she tries not to fall head over heels for her boss. But danger is nearer than she thinks. When she confronts the saboteur, Mike and his detectives race against the clock. But is one of the men he trusted trying to get Debra out of the way and bring them down?
About the author:
Susan Page Davis writes romantic suspense, historical romance, and mystery. She is a Maine native now living in Kentucky, and a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers and KenTen Writers. Her books have won several awards including the Carol Award for her novel The Prisoner’s Wife; the Inspirational Readers’ Choice Award for The Prisoner’s Wife and The Lumberjack’s Lady (Maine Brides series); and the Will Rogers Medallion Award for her novels Captive Trail (Texas Trails series, 2012) and The Outlaw Takes a Bride (2016). Visit her website at www.susanpagedavis.com.
Insecurities, crime, and a handsome detective combine to challenge Debra and grow her in ways she probably never anticipated.
The Saboteur is a fun romance woven with mystery. It’s not a nail-biting suspense (which is better for your manicure!), but rather a who-done-it that will keep you looking through clues to find the suspect.
Michael is perhaps too good to be true, but his compassion and patience with Debra are endearing. Debra has to deal with ongoing struggles that may resonate with some readers, as her battles are very real.
If you enjoy romances or mysteries, The Saboteur is a sweet one to dig into!