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The Secondary Target

by Diane Lynn

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The Secondary Target by Diane Lynn is an exciting first novel with more to come. The story takes place in New York City with side trips to Boston, two places the writer has obviously spent time in, because her attention to detail is evident, as is her experience with medicine and law.

Beth Scott, a high-profile divorce attorney is beaten, stabbed and left for dead suffering from dissociative amnesia due to the brutal attack and is little help to the two police detectives who are working hard at finding the man who almost killed her. In the mean time, Beth is renewing a relationship with Michael Hudson, a high-profile criminal attorney within her large firm, and finding out that there is room in her life for romance with the right man. Brandon Burton, the Dr who saved her life would like there to be more to their friendship but understands that friendship maybe all that Beth can give him.

Detectives Walter Stevens and Rob Matthews will pursue every lead they uncover to find the person who attacked Beth and bring them to justice. They question every one remotely related to Beth, her friends, family and clients, to find out “who done it”.

Beth is such a dedicated and compassionate divorce attorney that the cases she is involved with adds such a interesting and provocative element to the story that you will want resolution to her cases as much as finding out who attacked her and why she was a target.

The book is fast paced and with the authors background in medicine and her attorney husband there is so much attention to detail that you feel as if this is all too real and is an exciting page turner. There is complete resolution to the story but Diane ends with a sentence that sets up the sequel, that after connecting with her characters, you will be looking forward to reading. ( )
  Traann | May 23, 2015 |
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