Danger in Numbers
by Graham, Heather

Investigating a ritualistic murder in a small north Florida community, an agent from the State police reluctantly partners with an FBI cult specialist to uncover dark local secrets and the violent activities of a doomsday prep group. 125,000 first printing.

When a heart attack takes her Florida Department of Law Enforcement partner John Schultz out of commission, Special Agent Amy Larson joins forces with FBI Agent Hunter Forrest to solve the ritualistic murder of a young woman. All signs indicate an active cult deep in the heart of the Everglades and clues at the crime scene point to more murders to come. The locals claim to know nothing, but someone knows more than they're saying. Is there a connection to one of the many local churches? What about the missing woman who's been hiding from someone or something at the old motel? Hunter's inside knowledge of how cults operate and Amy's crime scene sketches give them a starting point, but the twisted mix of faith, greed, and corruption isn't going to be easy to decode and stop. As the case intensifies, so does the attraction between Amy and Hunter. Fans of Allison Brennan's romantic suspense will enjoy this hot new stand-alone from veteran author Graham (Dreaming Death, 2020). Copyright 2021 Booklist Reviews.

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