The Kill Box (Jamie Sinclair #3) by: Nichole Christoff

The Kill Box (Jamie Sinclair, #3)The Kill Box by Nichole Christoff
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In the simplest terms, a kill box is a strike zone. To the soldier, sailor, airman, or marine, it’s his designated target area. The warfighter bore the responsibility for eliminating threats within his kill box…where killers killed with impunity.

PI Jamie Sinclair is no stranger to the military. The daughter of military, the ex-wife of military and now girlfriend to Adam Barrett military that is about to go AWOL. Adam is taken at gun point back to his home town in Fallowfield by a childhood friend. Sinclair follows him at the request of Barrett’s grandmother asking for help. Once in Fallowfield, Barrett keeps Jamie at arms length saying that the his past that includes the death of a 14 year old girl and her surviving brother’s struggle with drugs is a problem he must face alone. As Sinclair investigates and a possible drug ring comes up, warnings are issued along with several of Barrett’s friends ending up dead. The nice little town of Fallowfield is holding secrets that started with the death of 14 year old girl to years later a drug problem with the town’s servicemen.

Sinclair must decide if the accusations that Barrett is facing are credible and how she can help the man that she has discovered that she has fallen hard for. Will it be enough to save him?

A crime mystery that has many different facets going on….the accusation of rape, drug abuse, murder, suicide, and the well being of our military and how it all came together to bring down a drug ring. Sinclair is likeable and determined, someone that you would want on your side.

A Special Thank You to Random House Publishing, Alibi, and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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