Review: Fatal Frost

Nancy Mehl has brought up a book filled with law enforcement personnel and an extremely nasty cartell.   Three friends are stuck in the middle of a bit mess up.

U.S. Marshal Mercy Brennan is recovering from being shot when her absentee father returns into her life.  In the investigation of a case, her father, unknown to Mercy, puts her into danger with St. Louis' most powerful cartel.

Enter, ex-boyfriend Deputy U.S. Marshal Mark St. Laurent and childhood friend Tally (also in law enforcement).   Their job: Protect Mercy.

 Mercy doesn't become of the desperateness of their situation until they are trapped in a cabin by a severe winter storm.   Will Mercy, Mark and Tally survive?    Will they stop the cartel?

 My thoughts: 
You know what I appreciated about this book?

There was no boyfriend/girlfriend interplay.   Was there love shown?   Yes, three good friends working together to keep each other alive and evidence safe.   Working to keep people safe and the cartel shut down.  Fighting against their frailties for the good of others.   Seeing doors opened in their lives to the truth of who God is.

Was there human drama and possibilities for in the future?  Sure...but that wasn't the focus of the book. It made for a good book in my mind.

Fatal Frost
Author: Nancy Mehl
Publisher: Bethany House
Pages: 298
Type: Christian fiction, mystery
Series: Defenders of Justice, book 1

Reviewed for: Nuts about Books. Fatal Frost (Defenders of Justice Book #1)

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  1. So not my style of book! But always interesting to see what you are getting through. - Lori

    1. What makes it not your style? What type do you prefer?


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