Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Joint Investigation by Terri Reed (Northern Border Patrol #2)



Under other circumstances, FBI agent Samantha Bennett might welcome a bit of backup—but not from an overprotective Mountie. She's been on the trail of a serial killer for six months and no one has ever taken the case seriously…until now. When Royal Canadian Mounted Police inspector Drew Kelley saves her life, he decides that the hunt for "Birdman" is his problem, too. Together they begin a cross-continent chase to stop the madman before he strikes again. However, Samantha fears her growing feelings for the lawman may weaken her focus, or worse—put Drew directly in the killer's sights…

Northern Border Patrol: Keeping the U.S.–Canadian border safe 
 Series: Northern Border Patrol 
Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages 
ISBN-10: 0373446799 
ISBN-13: 978-0373446797

My review:  Joint Investigation by Terri Reed


Wow lots of suspense, murder, drama and romance. The characters are ones I liked and wanted them to catch the bad guys.  Does mention prayer and faith as part of the characters.

 I like that Samantha is such a strong character.  Samantha Bennett is a FBI agent who is on vacation tracking down a serial killer that no one else believes in. Samantha lives in Portland, OR.
Drew Kelley is a Royal Canadian Mounted Police inspector.  He is part of a task force working with border control, DEA, ICE.  Drew is divorced and does not women.
Samantha has tracked down the Birdman serial killer to Canada to a hotel room but before she can break into the room she is stopped.  She got in the middle of a drug buy stake out. She is not believed until they find a murdered woman in the room.
Drew believes Samantha enough to follow the trail back into the states because of a missing Canadian man.  Soon both countries become believers and work together. Samantha also is now a target for the Birdman.
The setting is all over chasing the Birdman in the two countries finding plenty of murders and danger. Fast paced story.

Don't want to put the book down til finished.

I was given this ebook to read by Harlequin and Net Galley.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of Joint Invetigation.

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