The Davidson Case (Heartfelt Cases, #3)

The Davidson Case (Heartfelt Cases, #3)

by Julie C. Gilbert

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BN ID: 2940154305775
Publisher: Julie C. Gilbert
Publication date: 03/09/2017
Series: Heartfelt Cases , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 38,087
File size: 484 KB

About the Author

I'm a high chemistry teacher, a writer, a Star Wars fan, a Lego maniac, a tea drinker, a decaf coffee girl, and a Christian. I write in several genres, including mystery/thriller now thanks to amazon's Kindle Worlds.

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The Davidson Case 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Exciting, suspenseful , and we'll written with a clear message of the gospel interwoven. Excellent !
NadineTimes10 More than 1 year ago
Joy Davidson is just trying to do her job at an animal clinic when she uncovers evidence of a treacherous conspiracy. Her discovery makes her a threat to the operation and a target for the conspirators. The fact that Special Agent Ann Duncan is Joy’s sister may keep Joy safe or put her in more danger in The Davidson Case by author Julie C. Gilbert. I jumped into this third book of the Heartfelt Cases series after having liked the first two books. I found this one somewhat more difficult to follow than its predecessors, as a few parts seemed disjointed, and I had some trouble keeping track of all the different criminals’ names, associations, and motives. Still, I enjoyed Ann and Patrick’s “married people” banter and how they encourage each other in their faith and work as a team in precarious situations. Once the action really picked up, it kept me engrossed and guessing—albeit there wasn’t really a whole lot of time for guessing, since sharp turns I didn’t see coming, came. And they came in thrilling fashion. While the first three books in the series have each given me a rather short and sweet “primetime crime drama” fix, the next book may be more of a movie than a television episode. Bring it.