Item description for The Good Neighbor (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense #123) by Sharon Mignerey...
Overview Detective Wade Prescott has his prime suspect: Megan Burke. She was found beside the body of her neighbor's grandson, so it seems logical to connect the dots. But Megan's seet demeanor has Wade believing in her innocence-meaning a killer is still at large. And that Wad must protect Megan at all costs.
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Studio: Steeple Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.66" Width: 4.2" Height: 0.61" Weight: 0.24 lbs.
Release Date Nov 30, 2008
Publisher Steeple Hill
Series Love Inspired Suspense
ISBN 0373443137 ISBN13 9780373443130
Reviews - What do customers think about The Good Neighbor (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense #123)?
Excellent!!! Sep 25, 2009
This is a fantastic book. It is full of suspense, love and surprises. I couldn't put it down!
Sweet romance with page-turning suspense Jan 26, 2009
After finishing several all-too-depressing tomes, I picked up Ms. Mignerey's THE GOOD NEIGHBOR expecting -- as I always do from her books --a strong story with characters I care about, a nicely-written mystery/suspense element, and a guaranteed happy ending.
I wasn't disappointed. Set in small-town Colorado, this story of a wrongly-accused woman with a tragic past and a solid good-guy of a homicide detective who can't help falling for her kept the pages turning and made me glad I'd picked up the book.
The faith element is subtle but never "preachy", the violence is minimal, and the writing is smooth and readable.
Very entertaining and highly recommended.
Fantastic read Jan 11, 2009
I'm an author who writes murder mysteries and detective stories. I know a good one when I read it.
Sharon's The Good Neighbor is definitely one of those. She blends the complexities life and conflict to perfection.
A book worth reading.
Couldn't put it down Nov 11, 2008
Megan's basic belief is if she does the right thing and is open and truthful, God will take care of things. Simple, huh? In theory, we can agree. But what if you were accused of the murder of your neighbor's useless grandson? What if you were heard saying she would be better if he were dead? Not smart. But haven't you said things that were not all the smart? This author is realistic. Her characters are human. We can relate to them. The plot is honest, never contrieved. The detective certainly sees our heroine is a beautiful woman, but he doesn't act on the attraction. To me, that's realistic. What kind of policeman would hit on a suspect? Megan has a secret and he knows it. I won't tell you what it is because that would ruin the book for you. All I can say is, you won't put The Good Neighbor down until you find out.