Review of Hard Evidence by Roxanne Rustand
Come out, come out wherever you are.
Someone was lurking in the woods behind the isolated old cabins Janna McAllister was fixing up. Who was he? And what could he want with a single mother who hadn’t set foot in Wyoming in years? Janna was suddenly grateful for her unexpected new lodgers: deputy sheriff Michael Robertson and his teen aged son. The strong, silent type, Michael made her feel safe–especially when human remains were found on her property. The cold case threatened to remain unsolved. Until Janna unwittingly found a clue that would tempt a killer to come out of the woodwork.
Roxanne Rustand weaves a great suspense story that keeps you guessing who the killer is up until the end. I often read more than one book at a time and I love it when a book can grab me to where I can’t put it down and pick up one of my other books and Hard Evidence was one of those books. She made all her characters lovable, even Janna’s cranky mother. It was also a great story about moving on and letting other’s into your life. I can not wait for the next book in the series.