Nowhere to Run-Nancy Bush

Nowhere to Run

Nancy Bush

Zebra, Jul 31, 2012, $7.99

ISBN 9781420125016

 

Olivia “Liv” Dugan celebrates her sixth birthday though her toddler brother Hague upsets her.  After eating cake, Liv watches cartoons when she hears her Mama cry out.  She goes to check on her Mama while noticing the door opened.  Mama tells her to go back to the den and she will join her soon.  When Mama fails to come to the den, Liv goes to the kitchen only to find her hanging dead.

 

Almost two decades later, Liv receives a package that Mama had left in trust for her when she turned twenty-five.  Inside are pictures, a birth certificate, and a strange note that makes no sense to her.  Liv obsesses with knowing the entire truth about her Mama.  When she returns from lunch to her office at Zuma Software, Liv is shocked to find everyone murdered.  She assumes she was the intended victim with her Mama’s package the motive though she is unaware why.  She trusts no one and believing she is followed Liv carjacks a random vehicle driven by Detective August “Auggie” Rafferty.  She tells him her story, which he believes is either BS or delusional until incidents occur.  Now they team up trying to understand why something that happened twenty years ago is leaving innocent people dead while Liv is the prey of a predator.

 

Nowhere to Run is an action-packed thriller that keeps the romance between the heroes to a minimum (though the attraction is unneeded) as the focus is on survival and the investigation.  Auggie’s teaming with a civilian even an endangered one seems odd though arguably he also trusts no one with her safety.  Readers will be hooked with a need to know the roots of why in this exciting romantic suspense.

 

Harriet Klausner

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