Jennifer’s review of Inconclusive Evidence by Reily Garrett

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Title: Inconclusive Evidence

Author: Reily Garrett

Genre: suspense, romantic suspense

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Braiding nanotechnology and medicine equals magic to the psychopathic mind. Megan Chauner has achieved her dream of opening a veterinary practice when she receives a mysterious package with a dire warning from a college roommate turned investigative reporter. Entering a world of advanced surgical techniques, polymer microchips, and nanotechnology, she discovers twisted minds merging the latest science with progressive surgical procedures in a bid for power and wealth. Lucas McAllister faces the biggest upheaval of his life. From chick magnet to wounded cop wasn’t a fall he’d foreseen. Now facing a forced retirement, he returns home to find a gun-toting enigma with multiple IDs deciphering reams of technical, medical jargon and embroiled in a plot destined to alter mankind’s path. Stalkers and assassins draft reality checks that test Luc’s skill and endurance in keeping Megan and her furball alive while the McAllister brothers unite to thwart a bi-coastal conspiracy.

I really enjoyed reading Inconclusive Evidence. This is my first book by this author. It won’t be my last. I didn’t realize when I started reading that it was the third in a series. Thank Goodness it can be a standalone! I loved the characters. The story was well written and had me on the edge of my seat. I loved the suspense/mystery of the story. I can’t wait to go back and read the other books! Reily Garrett definitely has a new fan!
received an advanced copy

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