Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Nothing to Hide

Nothing to Hide by J. Mark Bertrand was an excellent novel. I have not read the two previous books in the Roland March series, but Nothing to Hide stood on its own feet without their help. I'm sure the other books will further show me what I already know about Bertrand: that he weaves a phenomenal mystery and has great character development.

Detective Roland March is given a corpse to identify and find justice for through tracking down its killer. As twisted as murder is already, it only gets more tangled up when the FBI makes a point to talk to March. Who is March supposed to believe when politics is hampering his investigation?

One of the brilliant things about this novel is how Bertrand brings together different stages of March's life seamlessly. All the minor details that readers don't always notice are paramount to the grand scheme.

*I was given a free copy by Bethany House Publishers in return for an honest review.

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