Monday, April 4, 2011

Heart of Ice

Heart of Ice is the third book in the Triple Threat Novel, and it is written by Lis Wiehl and April Henry. The book looks into the life of Allison Pierce, a federal prosecutor, Nicole Hedges, a FBI agent, and Cassidy Shaw, a television crime news reporter. When these three friends reconnected ten years after high school, they christened themselves the Triple Threat Club and have since been interconnected in their solving of crimes in the Portland, Oregon area.

Heart of Ice is a murder mystery that shows readers that looks can be extremely deceiving. Elizabeth quickly befriends Cassidy Shaw after teaching her in a local gym class. Little does Cassidy know, Elizabeth’s past and current schemes are the very focus of her news story and the strange events, including murders and arsons, that have been occurring in their town. Together, Allison, Nicole, and Cassidy must untangle the web of lies Elizabeth has been weaving, in addition to dealing with personal matters in their lives.

I was really excited to read this book, since I another book in the series, and I have watched Lis Wiehl on the Fox News Channel. I liked how this book focused on not only the work, but also the personal lives of the characters. This creates individuals who are more easy to connect with, and as they are facing struggles, I felt a personal connection to them. I also like reading about strong women, who are in powerful positions in their careers. In addition, I like the relationship Allison shares with God, and the fact that she is able to provide a good example to her friends who are not as secure in this relationship. I cannot wait to read the additional books in this series!

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