Review: Hidden Peril

Hidden Peril (Code of Honor #2)






As teenagers, Kristin Dane and her two best friends took a vow to make the world a better place. Twenty years later, she’s fulfilling that pledge through her fair trade shop that features products from around the world. All is well until, one by one, people connected to the shop begin dying.

Detective Luke Carter, new to the St. Louis PD, wants to know why. Before he can answer that question, however, the FBI weighs in and Kristin suddenly finds herself in the middle of international intrigue–and in the sights of the ruthless mastermind behind an ingenious and deadly, scheme. Can this cold-blooded killer be stopped before more people die . . . including Kristin?

Three-time RITA Award-winner and “queen of inspirational romantic suspense” (Library Journal) Irene Hannon doesn’t disappoint in this edge-of-your-seat thriller that will have readers up late as they rush toward the explosive conclusion.

Rating: 5-stars


Hidden Peril by Irene Hannon was exactly as the title suggested. Who knew that something so innocent could turn into a deadly affair…

A well-loved Monk in Syria, is not feeling well. He stumbles against an operation and is found dead. A young woman who met the Monk felt the loss of him being gone. He was a good man. But then other murders start happening. There is a connection. Neither is the shop owner, Kristin, or the lead detective, Luke going to stop until the murder investigation is finished. Until then, the danger lurks and the sparks fly.


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