Thursday, August 11, 2016

When Death Draws Near By Carrie Stuart Parks Review

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Gwen Marcey takes death in stride. Until she’s faced with her own mortality.


Forensic artist Gwen Marcey is between jobs when she accepts temporary work in Pikeville, Kentucky—a small town facing big-city crime. But before Gwen can finish her first drawing of the serial rapist who is on the loose, the latest witness vanishes. Just like all the others.


Gwen suspects a connection between the rapist and the “accidental” deaths that are happening around town, but the local sheriff has little interest in her theories. When her digitally-obsessed teenage daughter joins her, Gwen turns her attention to a second assignment: going undercover in a serpent-handling church. She could get a handsome reward for uncovering illegal activity—a reward she desperately needs, as it seems her breast cancer has returned. But snakes aren’t the only ones ready to kill. Can Gwen uncover the truth—and convince anyone to believe her—before she becomes a victim herself?


In a thrilling race against time, When Death Draws Near plunges us into cold-case murders, shady politics, and a den of venomous suspects.

I recevied a complimentary copy.

Carrie Stuart Parks
Carrie Stuart Parks is an award-winning fine artist and internationally known forensic artist. Along with her husband, Rick, she travels across the US and Canada teaching courses in forensic art to law enforcement as well as civilian participants. She has won numerous awards for career excellence. Carrie is a popular platform speaker, presenting a variety of topics from crime to creativity.
http://www.carriestuartparks.com/index.html

Cassandra's Review-  Obviously there is strong topics being discussed in this book and does not make it suitable for children under 18.  I think it borders on being family friendly.  There is a good mystery and as book three it can be a standalone.  I think I would have liked to review book 1 and 2 first though in order to get more involved with the main character and writing style of the author.

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