Crisis Shot by Janice Cantore

This book feels so relevant…like it could be coming right off the television news. When Tess, a policewoman, kills a boy bent on killing her and another cop, a blogger hounds her relentlessly until she is forced to find work elsewhere. But murder follows her to her new town and soon she’s embroiled in another situation that could end her career.

Crisis Shot compellingly shows that social media doesn’t work by the same principle of “innocent until proven guilty.” Lives are forever changed and sometimes destroyed when words and anger run unchecked. It’s very frustrating and Tess experiences this in a personal way.

I enjoyed the story and the relationships between people in the small town. However, I felt there was a hint of romance that didn’t really have any substance behind it. That was the only part that felt a little forced to me. I got caught up in the mystery and enjoyed trying to solve it on my own. There were a few surprising twists. It was a good read.

Thank you to Tyndale House for providing me with a free e-copy of this book. I was not required to leave a positive review. All opinions are my own.

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