Monday, April 16, 2018

A Voice From The Field by Neal Griffin

Tia Suarez is desperate to get back in the field. Scrutiny from her coworkers and her own mounting doubts makes staying on the sidelines unbearable. Tia’s first assignment back was suppose to be a gradual reentry but she quickly finds herself in a perilous position with a kidnapped victim slipping through her grasp. When her case is not only dropped but ignored she must question not only herself but those around her. A Voice From The Field is the second book in The Newberg Mystery Series.

I picked this book up on a whim and was not prepared for everything it delivered. A Voice From The Field had so many story elements I love to come across when reading. It had me excitedly looking up what else the author has written.

This is the second book in The Newberg Mystery Series. I read this book first and felt it was a decent stand alone book. The background details made me very curious about the first book and I plan to read it soon. There was also a fondness for established characters that I think returning readers will enjoy.

The story incorporates mature subject matter. Sex trafficking and exploitation play a big role in the story. The scenes are not gratuitous or overly graphic but I wouldn’t recommend this book to anyone easily offended.

There was so much about the story that I enjoyed. The writing had a great flow. The characterization and police procedural details gave the story an immersive quality.

I loved how flawed the characters were. It made the ethical themes seem more authentic and dynamic.

There were so many twists to the story. I often found myself nervously looking forward to reading the book each day.

A Voice From The Field was a great read and I look forward to reading other books in the series.

Related Posts: 
Benefit Of The Doubt (Newberg Mystery, #1) by Neal Griffin
By His Own Hand (Newberg Mystery, #3) by Neal Griffin 

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