Sunday, March 1, 2020

Falsely Accused (FBI: Special Crimes Unit #5) by Shirlee McCoy

Proving her innocence

means running for her life.

Framed for her foster brother’s murder, FBI special agent Wren Santino must clear her name—but someone’s dead set on stopping her from finding the truth. Her estranged childhood friend, Titus Anderson, comes to her aid…but standing by her puts him in the killer’s crosshairs, too. And unraveling a conspiracy may be the only way for either of them to survive.


About The Author

She began writing her first novel when she was a teenager. A busy mother of five, Shirlee is a homeschooling mom by day and an inspirational author by night. She and her husband and children live in the Pacific Northwest and share their house with a dog, two cats and a bird. 

My Review

This book starts and ends with action, you cannot figure out what is behind the next corner. As the bodies pile up, and some near misses.
When FBI Agent shows up in Maine to help her foster mother, she never imagines the heartache she is about to endure. She is also about to open her heart to more than her mom, but more heartache follows.
Greed comes to mind here, and there are a lot of surprises and happenings that you won’t see coming. Culprit or culprits go to any length here, and not all make it to the end!

I received this book through Net Galley and the Publisher Love Inspired Suspense, and was not required to give a positive review.

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