The Kiverson Case (Heartfelt Cases, #2)

The Kiverson Case (Heartfelt Cases, #2)

by Julie C. Gilbert

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The Kiverson Case (Heartfelt Cases, #2) by Julie C. Gilbert

One man’s vendetta could cost them everything …

When a routine arrest turns deadly, FBI agents Ann and Patrick are drawn into a dangerous game with Kevin Kiverson, a man with little to lose and much to avenge.

Ann’s prepared to risk her life but will her resolve hold when the threat turns to her baby boy?

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BN ID: 2940154304068
Publisher: Julie C. Gilbert
Publication date: 03/07/2017
Series: Heartfelt Cases , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 170,728
File size: 443 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 Kiverson Case 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
NadineTimes10 More than 1 year ago
"It's only a matter of time." "I don't doubt that, Patrick. I just wonder how long it will take, and how many will die before this is over." Kevin Kiverson is just one dangerous malefactor in a family notorious for crime. He's out for revenge when he goes after Julie Ann and Patrick Duncan of the FBI. The married pair of special agents are reluctantly drawn into Kiverson's game, but the stakes heighten when the Duncans' baby becomes a target in The Kiverson Case by author Julie C. Gilbert. I'll maintain that reading the books in the Heartfelt Cases series is good when I'm in an evening-crime-drama-like mood. The books are more like television episodes than movies, length wise, so they're perfect when I'm looking for suspense but am short on time. Although this second book in the series can likely stand alone, I might have felt a little at sea at the beginning if I hadn't read the first book. There's some head-hopping in the story, and I had a bit of trouble keeping track of who exactly was doing or saying what, a couple times. The villain might've needed another side to make him a more believable character, and I found the story's climax to be a fairly tame one. Still, I like how the series makes a place for faith without trying to wrap everything up in a perfect bow, and I'll certainly be going on to read Book Three.