Book Review: Killer Exposure by Jessica R. Patch

My Rating: 5 Stars!

‘He was pretty sure he didn’t need a Post-it note to remind him a killer was coming. With a vengeance. With death on his mind. And he was laser-focused.’

Greer Montgomery is a crime scene photographer for a small town when she witnesses a murder at a carnival in her town. She fights with the murderer but he gets away. But he keeps coming back to finish the job. Greer is a single mother to a 9 month old baby girl. A daughter she never told the baby’s father about. Now Locke Gallager is in town chasing a series of storms. He’s never been afraid of the deadly storms, but he’s afraid for Greer’s life. Greer, her police department, and Locke are trying to solve this crime but are coming up empty handed at every turn. The killer could be anyone, but he’s on a mission: take Greer out. Can Locke keep her safe?

Jessica Patch is in fine form here. Her characters are fine tuned and full of depth and the setting is super well done. A killer on the loose, trying at every turn to murder a woman and a batch of killer storms barreling toward them. Suspense galore! I loved every single minute. Her spiritual theme here is very well done, too. One that we all face from time to time. Well done! Highly recommended.

*My thanks to the publisher and author for a preview copy of this book. All opinions expressed here are entirely my own.

  • Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense; Original edition (May 1, 2019)
  • Publication Date: May 1, 2019
  • Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.

Meet Jessica

Jessica is the author  of the popular Seasons of Hope, and the Honeyhaven contemporary romance series. She’s also written ten Love Inspired Suspense novels. No matter what genre she’s writing in, you’ll always find romance, adventure, lots of laughs, and a heap of hope. Sign up for her newsletter to stay “Patched In.”

Jessica lives in the Mid-south with her handsome husband and two kiddos.

2 thoughts on “Book Review: Killer Exposure by Jessica R. Patch”

  1. I just finished this one, good and creepy! I loved Locke and Greer! I’m already looking forward to the next one, Recovered Secrets about Greer’s brother Hollis in September!


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