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2017 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Rainey with a Chance of Hale (A Rainey Bell Thriller #6)


1) Fast paced thriller. Even though this is part of a series it is written so that you didn't need to read the others before this one.  Extremely well developed characters and the reader is kept guessing through the whole story.  
2) Setting was always vivid and fit the story line. Quality of writing was good, spare, left something to the imagination of the reader, with good dialog. A few minor editing flaws, but on the whole a good surprise for a self-published book.
3) This is a well-paced, crisp story that follows through with what it promises to the reader. It's a strong example of its genre.

Rainey with a Chance of Hale (A Rainey Bell Thriller #6) R.E. Bradshaw
Lesbian - Mystery / Thriller
Series: A Rainey Bell Thriller
Paperback: 174 pages
Publisher: R. E. Bradshaw Books (July 11, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0998954926
ISBN-13: 978-0998954929
Amazon: Rainey with a Chance of Hale (A Rainey Bell Thriller #6) R.E. Bradshaw

Rainey Bell, a former FBI Behavioral Analyst, has had a couple of quiet years since her last brush with death. Her old teammate with the BAU and her children's Godfather, Danny McNally, pays a visit to North Carolina from Quantico to escort Rainey into the Butner Federal Correctional Complex. Rainey made a promise almost twenty years ago to a distraught mother of a missing child. The opportunity to fulfill that pledge, one she should never have made, presents itself in the form of Chance Obadiah Hale. The teenager Rainey believed responsible for Alyson Grayson's disappearance was now a man in prison who wanted to talk, but only to Rainey. Can Rainey and Danny finally get to the truth about Alyson and Chance? Or will Rainey's stubborn belief in his guilt put everyone she loves in mortal danger? Eeny, meeny, miny, moe. Who will be the first to go?

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