Sunday, March 11, 2012

The Triple Threat Club Under Attack



Cassidy, Alison, and Nicole plan to meet for supper at a favorite Mexican restaurant, but one member of the Triple Threat Club fails to show up. She's the victim of a ruthless killer. The remaining members are devastated. They want justice for their friend. They want to help catch her killer, but the local police aren't interested in their help. When they try to convince the Portland police differently, their careers are put in jeopardy.

The police believe they have the killer. The two remaining members of the club are settling into mourning their friend when the killer strikes again. Is the killer trying to eliminate all three of them? With the remaining members of the club unable to search for the killer, a quirky investigator, Ophelia, becomes the newest member of the team,

I enjoyed this book. The death of one of the members of the Triple Threat Club is devastating. Wiehl writes convincingly about what it means to lose a special friend. It may make you cry. My disappointment with the book was the emphasis on friendship as opposed to crime detection. It was interesting, but not as fast paced as the previous books.

I reviewed this book as part of the Thomas Nelson Booksneeze Program.