Fast paced-suspense glued this book to my hand until the very end. Once again, we're back with Amara Alvarez and the San Antonio PD. This character makes her first appearance in an earlier book, Collision of Lies, but Network of Deceit can be read as a stand-alone, though I'd highly recommend grabbing the first book if you enjoy suspense-totally worth it.
After the death of a teenage boy at a waterpark turns suspicious, Detective Alvarez finds herself caught in a deadly game of cybercrime. I enjoyed the plot and the unfolding investigation. I'm a huge fan of Starsky and appreciate the authentic way Mr. Threadgill is developing their relationship. The added personal element of Amara's family dynamic adds another level of character development that drive the emotional impact of the story. There's a very, very subtle faith element in this story that left me wanting a little more. I'd recommend this book for anyone who enjoys a good suspense story with a solid mystery.
***I received a copy of this story from the publisher. I was not required to give a positive review and all opinions are my own.***