Book Review: Identity Crisis
Reviewed By: Dawn Dowdle
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Class/Genre: Mystery Woman Main Character
Paperback, June 2005, 209 pages, $14.95
Sam McRae takes on a simple domestic abuse case. But it turns out to be anything but simple.
A friend asks Sam to find Melanie Hayes. This pulls Sam into a case with identity theft and murder. She even finds herself running from the mob. She makes an alliance with an offbeat PI in her attempt at getting the truth about Melanie and her boyfriend.
When she finds Melanie, Sam has to convince her to trust Sam. Then Sam has to find a way to keep Melanie safe until everything can be cleared up. This isnít always easy.
The story is set in and around Baltimore. There are many twists and turns in the plot that will keep you guessing right up to the end. I really enjoyed this book and found it hard to put it down.
I highly recommend you read this book. I canít wait for the next Sam McRae mystery.
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