Mount Haven

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When evil finds her, will the hunters become the prey? Rowdy Cooper is a cop, born into a police family. Then tragedy strikes. Will the move to Mount Haven prove therapeutic or lethal? Bailey's on the run. So far she's been able to keep her secrets and fly under the radar. Will that all change now that there's a new sheriff in town? She loves Mount Haven but is it time to run...again? More

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About Melanie P. Smith

Melanie P. Smith went to Dixie State College and the University of Phoenix where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management. She also has a Postgraduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Negotiation from the University of Utah. She worked for the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office for over 26 years. Most of that time was in the Special Operations Division where she worked closely with the SWAT Team and The Child Abduction Response Team coordinating communications and logistics. She also worked closely with Search & Rescue, The Mounted Posse, K9 and the Motorcycle Squad. Melanie has been able to utilize both her knowledge of police operations and business practices to make her novels fun and exciting.

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When Rowdy Cooper's life is turned upside down he & his family must find a way to go on. Will the move to Mount Haven prove therapeutic or lethal? Bailey's on the run. For years she's been able to keep her secrets and fly under the radar. Will that all change now that there's a new sheriff in town? She loves Mount Haven but maybe it's time to move on before her past proves lethal for everyone.

About the Series: Thin Blue Line Series
Criminal Suspense novels about police, former police and police investigations

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John Whelan reviewed on Feb. 26, 2020

An odd sort of book, the dark side is many, many deaths, the interesting side is someone gets shot and doesn't die. It deals with some of the problems in recovering from being shot. These days many authors shot only to kill.

The book opens with a burglar being shot dead and raises the question is this an appropriate punishment for burgling. It is far and above what a court would impose.

I think the police dog holds it all together though.
(reviewed 20 days after purchase)
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